If you’ve been taking care of your own aging parent or family member, you understand how important the emotional care is to their overall health and happiness. At Kinship Project, we make companionship for the elderly or disabled family member a central and integral part of our in-home caregiver services. Having a friendly, caring helper around the house providing companionship—not just doing the dishes or tidying up after breakfast, but providing laughter and a sympathetic ear as well—can really work wonders for a senior parent or recovering family member.
Seniors who spend too much time alone are at a great risk of developing serious health problems due to isolation and feelings of loneliness. They may be more likely to develop high blood pressure, clinical depression, and a decline in their mental or physical health.
We realize the crucial need for meaningful human interaction in our daily lives. Our caregivers develop personal relationships with your loved ones, getting to know their interests and taking part in their favorite activities. They can provide much-needed companionship as its own service or in combination with our other home care services. Our caregivers may provide companionship in addition to assisting with the following:
If your elderly loved one is living alone, they don’t have to be lonely. Contact us to schedule a consultation about our companionship care services. Let us help make a positive change in your loved one’s life.