COMPANION CARE

Companion Care can be used not only in a client’s home, but also in an Assisted Living facility, Skilled-Nursing facility, Home Care, or even in a hospital. An example of a common use of Companion Care can be to provide monitoring or supervision with the aide of fall prevention to avoid injury or setbacks in the recovery of a previous injury. These care services are also ideal for a person who is transitioning back into their home or community after being discharged from a hospital stay.

Here are some examples of what our Companion Care Services can provide:

  • Companionship and Conversation
  • Medication Reminders
  • Entertainment
  • Organizing Mail and Coupons
  • Monitoring and Reporting Behavioral Changes
  • Mind-Stimulating Activities
  • Record Family History
  • Assisting with Hobbies or Crafts
  • Houseplant Care
  • Organizing and Scrapbooking Photos
  • Fall Prevention by Assistance with Walking and Mobility