Companion Care

Companion Care for individuals, assists those who need non-medical care assistance and can no longer care for themselves. This type of home care is usually for helping in daily living tasks, including personal hygiene, dressing, and preparing meals. Companions also assist with minor medical-related tasks like medication management - ensuring that they are taken correctly and on time.

Companion care is one of CHRISPOS Home Care Services LLC's most popular services. Companion care is perfect for individuals who need assistance staying at home but do not need advanced care.

What is Companion Care?

Companion Care is a home care service that is an essential part of providing critical support to the elderly and disabled. Companion care is without a doubt one of the most critical roles we fill here. A companion provides emotional support and helps those they are caring for with daily living by assisting them with errands, shopping, helping set up activities - whatever it takes to help make life more enjoyable.

Companion Care Vs. Personal Care

Your loved one may require companion care or personal care depending on the level of care you choose for them. It is therefore beneficial to know how each of the services differs from the other.

In most cases, a companion will assist with doing laundry, cooking meals, and running errands. However, it does not provide physical assistance with activities such as dressing, bathing, and toileting.

In addition to providing companion care to clients, personal care also involves providing physical assistance. The services provided by personal care services can also extend to non-medical assistance in chronic diseases such as diabetes or Parkinson's.

A majority of adults who receive in-home care can age in place comfortably with companionship. However, In some cases, individuals may require more extensive care or physical assistance to live at home safely.

Need help with making the right decision for your loved one?

Need help with making the right decision for your loved one?

Contact Chrispos Home Care to find out more about our home care plans. Care coordinators are available to discuss your loved one's needs during a free home care consultation.