When the need for additional care arises for an elderly family member, many tough decisions must be made.
For elders who wish to maintain an independent lifestyle, adult companions can often make that possible.
Companions care for older individuals who are in need of non-medical assistance to successfully live independently. Companions typically help with light housekeeping, run errands, and provide transportation, in addition to spending quality time with their clients.
When elders are able to continue living independently, they maintain their sense of dignity and comfort. They’re also able to enjoy their familiar surrounding and continue life as they’re used to, with the assistance of a trusted companion that they’ve helped select.
While companions may not be suitable for all elders, for those who don’t require medical assistance, they can be a wonderful option.
If you have a loved one in need of assistance to continue living an independent lifestyle, contact Family Helpers. We’re here to help.