Companion care is primarily emotional support and companionship for seniors who are generally healthy, want to remain independent at home, and maintain a socially invigorating life.
The role of companion care changes based on the senior and their needs. It is a service that spans both the social and physical care of your loved one. Our goal for this level of care is simple:
Provide emotional support
Improve the quality of life
Companionship goes beyond just care giving and is a symbiotic relationship that enables your loved one to thrive. On a social level, having friends and companions enables people to talk about challenges, express emotions, and find resources to solve problems. On a personal level, a quality companion is someone that your loved one not only looks forward to visiting with, doing things with but is someone on which they can rely.
Our primary goal with Companion Care is to help to remove any worry or burdens your loved ones may have, so they can focus on living a quality life.
Our Companion Care Professionals
We employ dedicated professionals who’s skill sets are catered to our specific services to meet the needs of your loved ones.
We value your Circle of Trust.
“Not only has Aspen Compassion helped us with tools to help my father, but has become part of my father’s circle of trust. The team is so great when it comes to helping my father get out of the house, introducing him to a lovely social group of seniors.”
It’s all about perspective!
“Aspen Compassion has been taking care of me since I was diagnosed with Macular Degeneration. They have provided the tools to help with this transition into blindness and learning how to navigate the world in a completely different way.”