If you have noticed that your loved one’s home or personal care has begun to deteriorate or that they are becoming more agitated or forgetful, it may be time for them to have some regular help around the house. Companions and homemaking professionals provide non-medical support to individuals who need a little help with their everyday needs.
What is Companionship Care and Home Support?
Regardless of the care you or your loved ones need, our professionals are able to help. From basic home care to fun activities, Global Health Care can add a professional helper to the home by providing companionship care and home support services. Our companions and home support workers are there to aid patients in remembering to take their medications, do light housework, and run some errands.
Companionship Care is mainly for having company and companionship. Companions could help with small things around the house, but the focus is on companionship. This is an ideal service for individuals who need someone to keep an eye on them, avoid isolation and engage in social activities. Companionship care services include:
- Writing letters
- Home monitoring
Home support services are expanded companionship care. Home supporters provide the benefits of having a companion as well as some additional services. Home supporters can cook, clean, and do some shopping. Home support services include:
- Grocery shopping
- Light cleaning
- Relief care
The benefits of having a Companion or Home Support are:
- Mental/Cognitive stimulation
- Increase mobility
- Improved mental and physical health
- Safety supervision
At Global Health, we provide a free, professional assessment of you or your loved one’s home in order to help you decide which services would be best for you. Our flexible professionals will work with you and your family to create a schedule for the companionship and home support care visitations.
If you are wondering how we can best help you or your loved one get assistance in the comfort of your home, call 1-800-728-0444.