Companion Care


Home Care for the 21st Century knows that your loved ones might need help with daily activities along with a friend. We know the feeling of loneliness is the number one cause of depression for seniors and It is our goal to provide top class companion care, and make a real connection with your loved ones.

Our Companion Care Services

Wellness and happiness of your senior is our top priority. We have thoughtfully designed our companion care program to provide you with someone who will offer an excellent and inspiring environment while they stay in the comfort of their own home.
Often times, a companion will stir up motivations to partake in regular activities and routines. Things like cooking, eating and being active, are a lot more fun when you have a friend to do those things with.
We believe that they should live their lives as independently as possible at home, and hopefully inspire them to do more with one of our caring senior companions at every turn.

Examples of Services Included:

  • Medication reminders/observation
  • Social Engagement
  • Special Diet/Meal Preparation
  • Light exercise monitoring
  • Companionship
  • Family Respite Care
  • Recreational/Hobby Activities
  • Light housekeeping
  • Errands and shopping
  • Reading email or letters
  • Overseeing home deliveries
  • Transportation services
  • Changing linens
  • Laundry and ironing
  • Organizing closets
  • Care of house plants
  • Pet Care
  • and much more.

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