Companion Care

Companion Care

What is Companion Care?

One of the best things about companion care is that it is flexible based on your loved ones needs.

Care may include services such as household chores like cleaning, cooking, grocery shopping and paying bills. Social care strives to provide emotional support and companionship for your love ones. Both service types could be beneficial.

If you have a loved one who is aging independently in their own home or a love one who is in assisted living or nursing home facilities, companion care makes an excellent option for your love ones with varying needs.

Companion care can includes a range of services, from emotional support to non medical tasks to personal care.
The goal of care is to improve the quality of life of your loved ones and help them thrive in their chosen environment.

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We are OPEN for business but PLEASE READ: Covid-19 Announcement

A message regarding COVID19 from CARE GIVING BY KATHY

We have been monitoring the Coronavirus carefully, and prior to the increase in cases, we began taking precautions, such as the use of 70% alcohol-based hand sanitizer, limiting physical contact (ie handshaking), sterilizing, etc. We take our role in the community seriously and try to make every effort to ensure our clients are taken care of but also that our Care Givers are safe as we enter our clients’ homes.

It is imperative that we begin to implement additional precautions for the safety of our community, staff and clients:

1.) If you are sick or have been exposed to the Coronavirus, please cancel your appointment by calling us at 860-785-8832

2.) Please avoid physical contact with our Care Givers during the time of the appointment. We will greet you with a warm smile, but not a handshake at this time.

3.) Please wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds prior to our arrival for our scheduled appointment. With your permission, our Care Givers will wash their hands as well. Please instruct them to do so, otherwise they will use the company-provided hand sanitizer. We have utilized masks when in clients’ homes, also all our Care Givers wear clean gloves as an additional precaution.