Comforting Companions
“When Your Loved One Doesn’t Need a Nurse, But Could Use a Friend”

res·pite 1.a short period of time when you are able to stop doing something that is difficult or unpleasant or when something difficult or unpleasant stops or is delayed.”

In support of our mission to meet the needs of the caregivers we serve, our Comforting Companions provide consistent, in-home care services tailored to meet your loved ones needs; while giving you and your family peace of mind, knowing in your absence, they are safe and well cared for.

Each employee is trained to provide individualized companion care and support, while interacting and engaging your loved one in the most meaningful ways possible. By successfully integrating our Making Moments Matter philosophy of care, they bring joy and happiness into the life of the person you care for.

Companion Care Services

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Making Moments Matter

While engaging your loved one in every day activities, and concentrating on their current abilities and strengths, our Companions can help cultivate a sense of purpose and fulfillment in the life of the person you love. Learn More!

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Housekeeping

 

Your Comforting Companion can perform a wide variety of common household tasks. Their assistance can help your loved one continue to live at home, safely and as independently as possible. Learn More!

 

Meals & Nutrition

 

Helping your loved one maintain a well-balanced, healthy diet is important. From grocery shopping to hot, nutritious meal preparation, our Companions can help with creative menu planning; nutritious meal preparation and more. Learn More!

Respite Break

 

Taking a break from the demands of full-time caregiving gives you a chance to recharge, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Our Companions can provide you with a healthy respite break, on a regularly scheduled basis or just when you need it most. Learn More!

GOOD Morning! GOOD Evening!

 

Our “GOOD Morning GOOD Evening” services are often all that’s needed to assure your loved one’s day begins and ends in the best way possible! Learn More!

Transportation

Our companions can provide your loved one with incidental transportation services to appointments; shopping; and to other special events. Learn More!

Schedule a complimentary consultation today! Call 877-760-9199 or send us an email!

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Supporting Family Caregivers

Alzheimer’s Care at Home

When trying to care for someone living at home with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of memory loss, caregivers must not only manage the day-to-day care needs of their loved one, but they must cope with the challenges and changes of ever increasingly responsibilities that are often inevitable as the disease progresses.

Alzheimer’s Care at Home services are provided by our professional and well-trained staff of Care Managers/Aging Life Care Manager, Social Workers and Registered Nurses (RN’s), who work with each family throughout their caregiving journey.

By creating, implementing and monitoring a personalized Care Plan that best meet your needs as a full-time caregiver, and the current and changing needs of the person you love, our Alzheimer’s Care at Home services help delay placement and enable families to keep their loved one at home longer.

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About Our Caregivers

Comforting Companions

Our Caregivers - Companions HomemakersOur employees are mature, caring, compassionate and well-trained companion homemakers who are dedicated to helping you in your role as a caregiver.

Each of our Comforting Companions are required to successfully complete our comprehensive screening and training program which includes:

  • Telephone Interview to evaluate verbal communication skills; clarity; and grammar
  • Resume review to assure the applicant has the required experience and appropriate references
  • Personal face-to-face interview with one of our executive team members
  • Work history, experience, Level 2 background screening, DMV check; physical; and reference verification
  • Successful completion of our 6-8 hour Comforting Companion Homemaker Training Program
  • Successful completion of our Making Moments Matter Alzheimer’s Training Program
  • Orientation and Ongoing Training & Education

If you are a companion homemaker, you can learn more about our current employment opportunities here,

Additional Companion Care Services

Companion Care Services

  • Friendship & Companionship
  • Arrange Appointments
  • Medication Reminders
  • Meal Preparation & Clean-up
  • Meal Planning/Preparation
  • Reading
  • Assist with Walking
  • Letter Writing & Correspondence
  • Monitor Diet & Eating
  • Monitor Food Expirations
  • Organize Mail
  • Play Mind Stimulating Games
  • Assist with Entertainment
  • Answer the Telephone
  • Answer the Door
  • Papers, Books
  • Rent & Play DVD/VCR Movies
  • Plan Visits, Outings & Trips
  • Visit Neighbors & Friends
  • Reminisce About the Past
  • Clothing Selection Assistance
  • Appointment Reminders
  • Discuss Current Events
  • Discuss Historical Events
  • Participate in Crafts
  • Play Games/Cards
  • Oversee Home Deliveries
  • Supervise Home Maintenance
  • Prepare Grocery List
  • Clip Coupons for Shopping
  • Weather Awareness
  • Mail Bills & Letters
  • Laundry
  • Buy Magazines
  • Birthday Reminder
  • Attend Sporting Events
  • Airport Assistance
  • Care of Houseplants
  • Maintain Client Calendar
  • Maintain Family Scrapbook
  • Record Family History
  • Provide a Stable Bathing Environment
  • Take out Trash
  • Change Linens
  • Make Beds
  • Dust Furniture
  • Drop Off/Pick Up Dry
  • Cleaning
  • Pick Up Prescriptions
  • Assist with Pet Care
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Escort to Appointments
  • Escort to Lunch or Dinner
  • Transportation
  • Attend Plays & Concerts
  • Attend Club Meetings

Comforting Companions