Everyone needs someone talk to, spend some time with, or listen to music with. Being socially active is such an important part of an older person's mental health. This is especially true for those who have given up or are not able to drive themselves.
It may sound crazy, but we love to hear stories—even the same ones for the 100th time. Our caregivers can provide a consistent presence (and listening ear) in his or her life.
Because we believe emotional health is just as important as physical health—and everyone needs a friendship to thrive—we take the time to get to know the senior in your life, understand how he or she is feeling, listen to stories, and form a genuine friendship.
With 15 years of experience in the home care industry, we’re trained to identify your loved one’s unique social and emotional needs while treating him or her with dignaty and like family.
Elderly companion care varies from senior to senior, but these services may include: