Companion Care

Companionship refers to the provision of social and emotional support to patients who may be isolated or lonely. The goal of companionship is to improve the patient’s overall well-being by providing them with a sense of connection and engagement.

Companionship services in a home care setting includes;

  • Engaging in conversation: Care providers can engage patients in conversation, listen to their stories, and provide emotional support.
  • Participating in activities: Care providers can participate in activities that the patient enjoys such as playing games, reading, watching movies, and going for walks
  • Helping with hobbies: Care providers can help patients with hobbies such as, knitting, or painting