Home Companionship Services
Social isolation is a growing concern nationwide, and, for many families living far away from loved ones, it can be very difficult to help an older parent, family member or friend living on their own.
A health condition or increasingly limited mobility can increase isolation for elderly people, or maybe there just aren’t as many friends around to spend time with as there once were who are able to offer daily companionship care.
Loneliness can have a significant impact on mental health and wellbeing, which in turn can delay recovery from illness and injury.
Companionship for elderly care provides social interaction from a friendly face whenever needed and helps people to take back control of their lives, re-enabling their involvement in social events and activities.