Companionship care services is specially designed for those who are liable to become lonely, or for those who have been suffering from loneliness for some time. A carer companion will go to the person's home and spend time with them, help them with simple tasks, play games, and perhaps encourage them to go out and engage with others
Our companions are trained and bonded, and can help provide a variety of services designed to help your loved one remain in the comfort of their own home, while ensuring that their needs are met. Our companions are available on a full- or part-time basis.
Our services are flexible, convenient, and it’s easy to get started. Companions for Seniors provides a free in-home assessment of your senior family’s current situation, and in most cases we can be up and running in just a few days.
We understand that every situation is unique, so we provide a personalized care plan that’s modified to meet each client’s specific needs. As a client’s situation changes, so does our plan of care.
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A companion carer can be life changing for those who are lonely, but still want to remain in their own home. Yoube4me Care Companionship care aims to reduce or prevent loneliness in an elderly person.
Companion Caregiving vs. Personal Caregiving
When choosing care services for your loved one, you may need to choose between companion care and personal care. Because of this, it’s helpful to know the difference between the two services.
With a home care companion, duties typically include activities such as doing laundry, making meals, and assisting with errands. However, this type of care does not include physical assistance with activities like dressing, bathing, or toileting.
Personal care covers the basic care duties of companion caregiving, while also providing physical assistance to clients. Personal care services can also include non-medical assistance for chronic health conditions, like diabetes or Parkinson’s.
Most older adults who receive senior care can age in place comfortably with companion caregiving. However, seniors who require advanced care or physical assistance may need personal care to live at home safely.You Before Me makes it easy to get started with home care.