Companion care for seniors helps give them the freedom they need to stay at home safely and comfortably. This kind of home care includes a wide range of simple tasks and activities that many elderly adults find very difficult to do on their own. In other situations, these conditions can cause them to lose their freedom. But with companion care, seniors can keep doing what they’re used to and stay in their homes as they age.
Companion caregiving is one of our most popular services at AccuAid Care. It includes a wide range of care giving tasks. This makes it a great choice for seniors who want to stay at home but need a little help, but don’t need a lot of care.
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Give us a call today, and we will be happy to coordinate a free consultation for your loved one. One of our home care advisors will meet you at your residence. During this time, we will get to know the care needs of your loved one.
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After assessing the home care needs, we then create an Individualized Service Plan that caters to your loved one’s care needs. Call us today to schedule a free, in-home, no-obligation care assessment for your loved one.
AccuAid Cares’ Companion Care services include light housekeeping, meal preparation, shopping, social activities, physical and mental activities, live-in care, respite care, appointment scheduling and reminders, incidental transportation, laundry and linen washing, mobility assistance, supervision, feeding assistance and of course warm companionship. If a senior has difficulties accomplishing daily care needs, our friendly and reliable caregivers are here to assist.
We understand your desire to be with your parent or loved ones every minute of every day. That sometimes may not be possible because you may live in another city or state, work, or have any other reason. This is where AccuAid caregivers can help. They are trained to provide you or your loved one with a well-designed daily routine. Sitting with them, having a chat, flicking through old family albums, reminiscing, or even just watching television with them can mean a world of difference to someone who is alone.
We aim to bring companionship along with independence to the lives of seniors and the elderly. This also provides peace of mind for family members who cannot regularly visit, as they know their loved one is being cared for.
Whether you or your loved one needs someone to take them to their doctor’s appointment, for a social event or just to have someone to talk to, we understand the importance of having a friend or companion in our lives. Our trusted aids can keep you or your loved one stay socially engaged at home while continuing to visit friends, family, and other social events.
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What Is Companion Care?
Companion care is a type of in-home care service that provides essential assistance to the elderly and disabled adults.
Companion Care will usually include many ways to make the person’s daily life easier and safer. For example, a caregiver might run errands for a senior, like going grocery shopping or picking up medications. At other times, caregivers plan and make regular meals, do light housework, and remind people to take their medications.
This kind of care for older people is also meant to make life better in other ways. Caregivers join clients in their favorite hobbies and activities, take them to appointments and social events, and talk to them in a friendly way.
Social isolation has been shown to greatly increase the risk of health problems and death in seniors. Companion care services give social interaction and regular company to seniors who live alone, breaking the cycle of senior isolation.
Companion Care vs Personal Care?
When choosing elder care services for a loved one, you may have to choose between companion care and personal care. Because of this, it’s important to know how the two services differ.
Usually, a home care companion will help with things like doing laundry, making meals, and running errands. But this kind of care does not include physical help with things like getting dressed, taking a bath, or going to the bathroom.
Personal care includes the basic care tasks of companion care giving, as well as giving clients physical help. Personal care services can also assist people with long-term health problems like Alzheimer’s, Diabetes or Parkinson’s in ways that aren’t medical.