Whatever it is that you enjoy doing, we’ll find the right Care Professional to support you and to become your companion.
Companionship is the company of another person whom you enjoy spending time with such as your carefully matched Care Professional.
Companionship Care can:
Loneliness can have serious effects on a person’s health and Home Instead aims to prevent social isolation by providing companionship care at home. Many people we support simply want company and conversation, whether they live alone and may not see family and friends as often as they would like, or just want a companion when going out to appointments or to do the shopping.
Home visits by Home Instead mean that you and your loved ones have peace of mind knowing that you have the company and support of a friendly and trusted Care Professional. Whatever support you need, we match you with a Care Professional to be your companion. They will share in your interests and accompany you in whatever you like to do whether that’s crafts, going for a walk, out for lunch or watching a football match. Having care at home can be a big adjustment and starting with a companionship service means that if a time comes when you need extra help, there is already someone you know and trust to provide care and support.
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Home Instead have an experienced caring team that far exceeds in quality anything we experienced from other agencies at this point of service.
Home Instead have been looking after my father for a few years now, without them we would not be able to manage having him living in his own home. They are always bright and cheerful and Dad enjoys seeing them.
Bridget, Clients Family
Home Instead provide first class care. My care professionals are patient, kind and very reliable. I am very happy with the service they provide.
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We know that finding care for a loved one isn’t easy. With so many options and choices, it can be hard to know where to turn. But our care begins with you.
By spending more time listening and understanding your circumstances than anyone else, we’re confident we can help you get through it.
Because we’re here to help your relative live a more independent life, at home, with everything from companionship to specialised, practical care created just for them.
So give us a call and we’ll help you find the answer, with no pressure to make a decision right away.
The amount of home visits you have will depend upon what you want and need from companionship care. This could vary from several hours a day to just a few hours a week. Contact your local Home Instead office and they will work with you to agree a bespoke plan of care and support that meets your needs.
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Companionship care focuses on a clients social needs and daily tasks at home whereas personal care is support with daily living such as bathing or dressing.
Primarily our Care Professionals are there to listen and interact with our clients, providing them with a trusted, friendly face that can ease the feelings of isolation and loneliness you or your loved one may feel.
Older adults living alone won’t always need companionship care, it is often most beneficial for individuals who require more social interaction or feel isolated from friends and family.
When you or your loved one need different care and support such as personal care, we will meet with you to ensure you get the support that you need from your Care Professional.