We understand the importance of companionship care
Support for young adults
In later life many of us may find ourselves spending most of our days alone, maybe through losing a spouse through death or divorce or through other circumstances that limit our ability to travel and stay connected with family, friends and the community. Companionship care allows independent individuals to remain living in their own home, surrounded by all its familiarity and continuing in their accustomed lifestyle with extra support from a live in carer.
A suitably matched live in carer will provide support in keeping mentally and physically healthy by engaging in conversation and chosen activities. In fact, recent studies have revealed that keeping active can dramatically reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and the assurance from another person being present can also reduce stress and provide peace of mind for loved ones.
Developing long lasting relationships
It is important to build good strong relationships, so to ensure continuity of care, we provide 2 -3 live in carers to an individual, who will alternate, providing cover for breaks, sickness, holidays etc.
Companionship Care is not here to take over, but to provide light support, working together in daily activities such as:
Please can you pass on my heartfelt thanks to all the carers who helped look after my mum. The dignity she was afforded and the sensitivity shown towards her was much appreciated. I could not have asked for a better team to have looked after her.