Companion Care

Areas Served: Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Tempe and Glendale

Companion care is often the first step with; in home senior care. You or a loved one still have the ability to fully care for themselves, but simply need some support. Companion care has been and continues to be a growing service as all of us navigate through COVID. COVID isolated many seniors throughout Phoenix, but companion care was there to help many through the health and safety challenges.

Companion care today is still vital. In many cases, seniors need help for a few hours a day at home. Maybe your concern is leaving someone alone for too many hours. Need assistance with medication reminders? Our caregivers do that. Meal prep? Yes, absolutely. In fact, we have even published our own cookbook “Leading Edge Senior Cuisine!” Companion care can help with running errands, shopping, and just getting out and about.

The one element in companion care that gets overlooked is a person you can connect with. That person you can talk to, play cards, swap stories, go out and have fun! We want people to be healthy and ensure they are safe. However, companion care is most successful by that person to person connection.

Below is a list of the things that you caregiver can/will do in companion care. After review, connect with us. Let us put together a custom companion care plan that makes sense.

Personal Interaction: 

  • Engaging in companionship and conversation 
  • Playing games and cards 
  • Renting and playing movies 
  • Creating a family scrapbook 
  • Building a puzzle 
  • Encouraging participation with crafts or other hobbies 
  • Helping read 
  • Assisting with morning wake-up and evening tuck-in 
  • Helping select clothes and assist with dressing 
  • Medication Reminders 
  • Meal planning and preparation 
  • Grocery shopping & running errands 
  • Monitoring eating patterns and diet 
  • Inspecting food expiration dates 
  • Completing all of the housekeeping 
  • Laundry 
  • Changing bed linens 
  • Pet Care 
  • Maintaining a calendar 
  • Arranging appointments and providing reminders 

Social Interaction: 

  • Planning and accompanying to recreational activities/outings 
  • Visiting neighbors and friends 
  • Encouraging participation in community activities 
  • Monitoring visitors 

Providing transportation to: 

  • Doctor appointments 
  • Pharmacy 
  • Social outings 
  • Lunch or dinner 
  • Plays and concerts 
  • Movies 
  • Religious services 
  • Sporting events 
  • Other places that transportation is needed
Would you like more information or to schedule a free in-home care assessment with no obligation to you? Call (480) 618-5995