our companion CARE services include:
Our caregivers can step in and provide the necessary care and allow you to take time for yourself to rest, go to work, or spend time with your family and friends.
lifestyle assistance for your daily NEEDS
Lifestyle Assistance, also known as Companion Care, is wonderful for those individuals who wish to be independent, but need help to complete day-to-day tasks. Seniors, those recovering from injury, and those managing chronic illness are prone to feeling alone and disconnected, especially when living independently without reliable access to others. Companion CARE can offer much-needed engaging conversation, laughter, and companionship.
Our companion care program empowers our compassionate caregivers to share their time, talents, and friendship with our clients. Whether playing a game of cards, watching a favorite movie, or sharing a meal together, our trained caregivers provide friendship and facilitate mental and social wellbeing.
Having a companion to enjoy day-to-day activities with is not only beneficial for living a fulfilled life, but it can also help seniors and those with disabilities or illness to complete daily tasks effectively.
Our caregivers often help our clients prepare meals and shop for groceries to create opportunities to connect and socialize over a good meal. Our caregivers can also monitor dietary restrictions to help clients maintain a healthy lifestyle in their day-to-day routine.
Our caregivers provide much-needed emotional and social support for those who have a difficult time leaving the home or who may be far from friends and family. Companion CARE is the perfect way to encourage social and mental wellbeing for those who need it most.
Because it can be hard to run errands alone, our caregivers help our clients finish their to-do lists by giving them a ride to appointments, events, and even the grocery store. After all, errands are much more fun with a friend!
Medical Appointment Support
Our caregivers often accompany our clients to their medical appointments to help them navigate any information or instructions provided by their doctor.
Combating loneliness and isolation is much easier in a well-kept home. Our caregivers assist with daily household chores to help bring peace of mind and comfort to our clients.
Reading a good book, opening and reading mail, organizing paperwork, and even mailing bills and letters can be difficult for those managing vision impairment. Our caregivers help our clients with all their reading needs from recreational to administrative.
Physical activity is a great way to connect with others, enjoy the outdoors, and improve mental health. Whether it’s a walk up and down the driveway or assistance with physical therapy exercises, our caregivers can help your loved one stay active in their day-to-day lives.
Our caregivers provide our clients and their beloved pets with a helping hand. We’ll help with dog walking, feeding schedules, transportation and assistance with vet appointments, and pet hygiene to keep both owner and pet happy and healthy.
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