Who qualifies for Companionship Care?

If you’re aged 18 or over, elderly, disabled or feeling isolated for any reason, then you qualify for our companionship services.

You may be sick or disabled and unable to get out to see friends or family. Or you may suffer from anxiety disorders which cripple you from leaving the house. Whatever you need, whether it’s a visit from a carer or a phone call a few times per week, you’ll soon start to see how good life can be.

The benefits of Companionship Care.

Having somebody to talk to can have a positive effect on your mental health, in fact, it makes a big difference to your life. Our Companionship Care will help you make a new friend, and it’ll boost your self-esteem and confidence.

Why take up a social activity?

  • They can help us to maintain social connections and reduce feelings of lonliness
  • It’s a great way to learn a new skill or revisit a hobby you used to enjoy
  • Taking part in social activities is shown to help us to stay sharp in later life.