- January 22, 2018
- Posted by: admin
For most people as they age, their circle of friends and family, particularly those who they can be in touch with regularly, tends to decrease. For married couples who enjoy each other’s company, this change may not seem all that noticeable.
Reduced mobility, losing one’s driver’s license, health concerns or other general anxieties can and do limit contact with the outside world also. For singles, widows and widowers, loneliness and isolation can occur quite regularly and easily. Cognitive abilities and other brain and body functions can be adversely affected by isolation.
Our care givers can provide more than just basic care—they can also read books and newspapers to home-bound patients unable to do so for themselves. Perhaps a card game? Or just some pleasant conversation to pass the time. Providing companionship to your loved ones isn’t necessarily the primary purpose for having a live-in or visiting care, but it is certainly a benefit and is central to the mission of keeping your loved ones, safe, healthy and happy.
Companionship Care Benefits
There are many reasons why this extra level of care can be so important, including improved mood, appetite and sleep. Your care plan can be tailored to the needs of your loved ones, including:
- Meal preparation
- Light housekeeping, laundry and shopping
- Hygiene and dressing
- Medication reminders
- Driving to activities, events or appointments
- Post-operative and wound care
- Other activities of daily living
Order Companionship Care
When you speak with your A-Supreme representative, tell them about any companionship care your loved one may need. Call us at 1-866-959-0083 to schedule a free assessment.