What is the Companionship Care?
Companionship gives you the support you need to live independently in your own home, providing you with the assistance of a companion at times to suit your convenience. Companionship is most suited to individuals who want someone available to offer support when it is needed, and it also provides peace of mind for family members who are unable to visit regularly.
No matter how many hours of companionship you want, hourly or 24-7, short or long term, the companions that we introduce to you are carefully selected to match your personality, needs and preferences, to provide company, conversation, administration of medication, support with household and social activities etc.
Tailored companionship care at home
According to your needs and requirements, companionship care usually includes support with:
- Meal preparation according to dietary needs
- Administration of medication
- Picking up prescriptions
- Arranging doctors appointments
- Accompanying on visits to the doctor or dentist
- Washing and drying dishes
- Dusting and vacuum cleaning
- Changing bedding
- Watering plants
- Feeding pets
- Handling the garbage bins
- Dealing with home maintenance issues (plumbers etc)
- Company during the day or night
- Support with daily routines
- Assistance with reading or writing
- Support with decision making
- Help with shopping or paying bills
- Accompanying on visits to the hairdresser
- Choosing clothing
- Playing cards or board games
- Accompanying on visits to family and friends, dining out
- Attending church
- Care and encouragement
Choose the right type of care
If you need to discuss more about the Companionship Care, or if you want us to introduce to you a suitable carer, with the skills and experience that complement your needs and preferences, you can contact Le Temp Care on 0800 195 6647, send us an e-mail on email@example.com, or complete our enquiry form.
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