What is Companionship care?
Companionship care is a form of care for those who are liable to become lonely, or for those who have been suffering from loneliness for some time. A carer companion goes to the person’s home and spends time with them, helping them with simple tasks, playing games, and perhaps encouraging them to go out and about.
Caremaid’s Companionship care varies from several hours a day to just a few hours a week, and can make a huge difference to the day-to-day outlook of someone who would be totally alone. Loneliness is a huge problem as it can cause depression and exacerbate illnesses and conditions. Social interaction is what people live for, whether that person is an introvert or an extrovert, the network of friends and family that surround them help them to feel valued and supported.
In addition to companionship
In addition to this fulfilling and empowering friendship, a senior companion can provide any number of services designed to help the senior live comfortably and safely, including:
Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs).
Help with bathing, grooming, and hygiene.
Help with housekeeping and laundry.
Assistance with shopping, preparing, and serving meals.
Medication and exercise reminders.
In short, Companion care can help a senior stay active and social, while making sure that their essential needs are met.
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