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Introducing Dependable Care: Compassionate Companionship and In-Home Care

Introducing Dependable Care: Compassionate Companionship and In-Home Care
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Introducing Dependable Care: Compassionate Companionship and In-Home Care

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Social interaction and engagement are important for all people, but particularly for senior citizens, who may live alone and have limited contact with family and friends. If you live far away from your parent and cannot visit as often as you would like, it can be helpful to find a companion who can keep him or her engaged in the community and provide stimulating social interaction.

Dependable Care provides compassionate companion care for seniors. Our companions can spend time with your parent one-on-one, offering conversation, emotional support, and kind, supportive companionship. Our caregivers can talk to your parent about things that are going on in his or her life, remind your parent to complete important tasks such as taking medication, and help ensure safety at home and in the community.

Our companions can also accompany your parent to any activities or appointments he or she needs or wants to attend. A Dependable Care companion can provide transportation to doctor and dentist appointments, a senior center, or visits to friends, family members, and community events.

A companion can also help with daily tasks that are necessary and that your parent may need help completing. Our caregivers help seniors with errands, such as grocery shopping, going to the pharmacy, picking up dry cleaning, and any other tasks that may be necessary.

Dependable Care companions also help out with chores at home. They can wash, dry, and put away laundry, perform light housekeeping duties, and prepare meals.

A companion can help your parent remain active. Companions accompany seniors on short walks and trips to parks and other locations in the community, where they can enjoy fresh air, get some exercise, and interact with other members of the community.

If your parent lives alone and needs help remaining independent, a Dependable Care companion is the solution you need. Our non-medical caregivers can provide your loved one with the emotional, mental, and practical support that he or she needs to enjoy the best quality of life possible.

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