We provide Live-In Companion care to elder people who may feel lonely living alone at home.
Our Live-in Companion for elderly service seeks to fill the emptiness in their life and bring some sunshine back into their lives. A live-in caregiver is the best in such situations!
In our technology-driven society, it’s all too tempting to imagine that watching TV, Netflix, or Sky would make you feel less lonely, but we know that nothing beats real contact and connection for many people.
What are the benefits of Companion Care?
Having someone to rely on to do the grocery shopping or talk to on the phone may make a significant difference in people’s lives. However, life might become more difficult if they are no longer present. Having a care companion may significantly improve your quality of life by assisting you in getting back on track and living the life you choose.
Nutritious meals made freshly:
Preparing healthy and nutritious meals for our customers is a component of our companion care. Our live-in caretakers help you prepare the food of your choice and support you throughout the process. Our customers all receive healthy, fresh, and nutritious meals regularly.
Interaction with others:
One of the most important advantages of having a companion for the elderly is social connection. Even in a retirement town, living alone may be isolating. Typically, the older person ensures that they receive the social engagement required. But, especially if living alone is a new scenario, this is frequently easier said than done.
A companion can visit a customer at their home and keep them company for as long as they need it. This may be done once a week or even once a day. While companions are paid to be there, they give genuine, empathetic company. Companions are people who are truly enthusiastic about helping others and have a genuine interest in other people’s lives.
One-on-one conversations, playing games together, attending social events or running errands, and assisting around the house are examples of social engagement. Don’t allow your loved one’s mental health to suffer due to their isolation.
2. Reliable and safe transportation:
Another significant disadvantage of living alone is the absence of mobility. Some older persons may never have learned to drive or may no longer be able to do so owing to failing eyesight, mobility, or cognitive ability. However, this should not prevent them from leaving the house.
How do I arrange live in home care ?
Contact our office and one of our care advisors will talk you through your requirements over the phone and then schedule a free, no-obligation assessment (usually at your home).