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Eventually many older people find themselves, through loss of their spouse or loved one, living on their own. They may have the comfort of a pet dog or cat, but these too need looking after and unfortunately may well pass away at some point, leaving an emptiness that is often difficult to replace.
Our Live-in Companionship Care service aims to help fill the void and bring some sunshine back into their lives.
In our technology driven world it is far too easy to assume that the television, Netflix or Sky can make for a less lonely existence, but we understand that for many, nothing else works quite as well as human contact and friendship.
Companionship for elderly people living on their own can often prove to be a real lifeline, helping them keep in touch with the world around them.
Our Live-in Companionship care service addresses many of the issues of loneliness, it can help provide new interests and can offer a new lease of life for those finding themselves on their own.
Having a companion on days out or on shopping trips, maybe just staying in and playing a game of cards or helping with the crossword can make all the difference.
Our companionship service gives reassurance to family members that their loved one is not alone and retaining their independence in a safe, familiar and happy environment.
The Live-in Companionship Care service we offer is flexible and can be tailored to suit individual needs. For instance some people just want someone they know and trust to be there, like a friend joining in with their day-today activities.
Alternatively help may also be required with cleaning and other housework, running errands or walking the dog. Whatever the requirement, we can tailor make a package to suit individual needs.Get In Touch
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The important thing to remember is the real purpose of the service - companionship. It's about trust, friendship and security, knowing that someone is there and available to help make life alone more bearable and acceptable.
Our companion carers all have at least one year’s professional care experience and have undergone enhanced police checks, which are updated every three years.