Companions Can Assist You or Your Loved One

Companion help elderly, disabled, ill, and convalescing persons live in their own homes instead of healthcare facilities. Most work with individuals or couples who need more extensive care than family or friends can provide. Some companions work with families in which a parent is incapacitated and small children need care. Others help discharged patients who have relatively short-term needs. Still others provide 24-hour live-in care.
Companions provide housekeeping services, companionship, and emotional support for their clients. They clean clients' houses, do laundry, and change bed linens. They may also plan meals, shop for food, and cook. They can provide transportation to medical appointments or outings.

List of Services provided by Companions

Companionship & conversation
Arrange appointments
Sort and/or read mail
Assist with walking
Letter writing & correspondence
Meal planning & preparation
Make bed
Assist with entertainment
Answer the phone / door
Basic grooming
Apparel selection assistance
Care of house plants
Religious reading & discussion
Medication reminders
Appointment reminders
Discuss current & historical events
Assist in decision making
Participate in crafts
Play games/cards
Sewing assistance
Monitor diet and eating habits
Organize recipes
Prepare grocery list
Supervise home maintenance
Turning and positioning
Toileting / Elimination
Turning and positioning
Birthday & anniversary reminders
Record family history
Oversee home deliveries
Coordinate lawn care
Clip coupons for shopping
Weather awareness
Light exercise assistance
Review phone messages
Assist with pet care
Monitor food freshness & expirations
Mail bills & letters
Buy newspapers, magazines, books
Rent & play VCR/DVD movies
Plan visits, outings & trips
Visit neighbors, friends, family
Maintain client calendar
Maintain family scrapbook

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