What is Companionship care?
The death of a loved one, limited mobility, or family members who live elsewhere. These are obstacles that can be difficult to overcome. A friendly and familiar face, on the other hand, can accompany you out and about, assist you around the house, or simply sit and have a natter, a cup of tea, and a biscuit a couple of times a week to lift a weight off your shoulders.
With our helpful personal assistants on hand to assist you with shopping, dropping things off at the post office, or picking up your pension, you can relax knowing that your jobs will be completed when you need them to be.
Hobbies and holidays
There are many things we enjoy doing that help us feel human and enjoy our lives, and we know that an injury or illness should not prevent us from doing these things. Your caregiver or personal assistant can assist you with physical activities such as swimming or going for a walk. He or she can accompany you and offer support if you attend social groups, classes, or a day center. They can even help you get the most out of your vacation, whether in the UK or abroad.
Driving and chaperoning
Getting from point A to point B isn’t always straightforward. That is why our caregivers can either drive you or accompany you on public transportation to your destination, whether it is an appointment, a day out, or a social engagement.
Our caregivers can help you with housework, meal preparation, and entertaining guests. We understand that people feel most at ease at home, so our caregivers can provide the assistance you require while also providing a friendly face and someone to talk to.