Companionship Care

Aims to decrease or prevent loneliness for your loved ones. Companionship care gives a helping hand to your loved ones in the comfort of their own home. This care offers support to your loved ones who are isolated, lonely, or just need someone to communicate with, and build a lifetime friendship; while he or she is still healthy and happy. Companionship care is considered a non-medical service

Why is Companionship Care so significant for your Loved Ones?

We are social creatures. Our relationship with others is very vital; it allows us to stay alive and flourish. Nevertheless, as we age, many of us are alone more frequently than when we were younger, leaving us vulnerable to social isolation and loneliness,  which can later result in health problems such as cognitive decline, depression, and heart disease. Providentially, there are ways to cancel out these negative effects.

Additionally, with the increase in Covid-19 with its new contagious (Delta) variant, seniors and those with underlining health problems are at high risk. Social isolation has now become a part of these individuals’ everyday lives; to keep them safe from Covid-19.  On the other hand, it has solved one problem but created another, such as their mental health, cognitive health, physical health, and well-being. Our caregivers can give helping support to decrease these problems for your loved ones; with our main focus being that your loved ones are happier and have a friend there to give emotional support with verbal communication, physical activity (Games, Reading a Book/Bible, Singing, etc), health monitoring (Vitals), laughter in the comfort of their own home.