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Companionship Care

As the years progress, elderly people inevitably lose family members and lifetime friends, which can leave them feeling cut off, with no one to talk to. While older people are most vulnerable to social isolation, there are other groups who are also at risk.

Companion care practitioners often have interesting life experiences which can mean they are able to empathise and communicate effectively.

Mobility problems can get in the way of going out and taking part in activities, and people with low incomes are simply unable to afford the bus fare or social clubs that would enable them to get out and talk to others. But loneliness doesn't discriminate and can happen to anyone.

This type of care service can vary from several hours a day to just a few hours a week and can make a huge difference to the day-to-day outlook of someone who would be totally alone. Loneliness is a huge problem as it can cause depression and exacerbate illnesses and conditions.

Social interaction is what people live for, whether that person is an introvert or an extrovert, the network of friends and family that surround them helps them to feel valued and supported.

Companionship care provides support for those who are isolated and lonely, but still healthy and happy to remain in their own homes. Companionship care varies significantly from person to person but generally aims to reduce or prevent loneliness in an elderly person who might otherwise become isolated.

We are able to support with other activities such as grocery shopping, garden centers, genernal activities, attendance with hosipial, dentist, doctors appintments

Grocery shopping

Hosipial Appointments

Garden centers

Dentist Appointments

Genernal activities

Doctors Appointments

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