Offering companionship, care and conversation to older people living in Hayes, Hillingdon, Northwood, Ruislip and Uxbridge

While maintaining physical health and fitness is important as you get older, emotional and social well-being is just as important to quality of life.  Family members and friends do not always live close enough at hand to visit regularly, and bereavement can leave you without a spouse, partner or friend with whom to share your twilight years.

Regular social interaction and companionship is vital to keeping you alert, engaged and with purpose to your life.  As part of our companionship service, our friendly, courteous carers will spend time with you or your loved one, helping with the crossword, joining in with hobbies and interests, tidying the garden, attending social events, or sometimes just having a good chat over a cup of tea.  These simple tasks can often mean so much when there is no one else readily available to share them with, and can stop you or your loved one becoming isolated or lonely.

We are here to help when you need us
  • Regular, reliable companionship visits
  • Your choice of companionship carer
  • 1:1 personalised care – our care plans are specifically designed to meet the exact ones of you or your loved one
  • Family and loved ones can be kept well-apprised of your health, physical and emotional well-being
  • Reduces the potential for isolation, increases engagement with others, and facilitates independent living for longer
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Need companionship care?

Your local team of Client Care Managers are on call 24/7 to answer your questions and work with you to design a bespoke companionship care plan that is right for you or your loved one.

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Our companionship care services

Our companionship care services typically involve your choice of carer visiting you or your loved one on a regular basis according to an agreed care plan, and using this time to provide friendship, support and social stimulation.

Companionship support

  • Conversation, companionship and friendship
  • Watching television or listening to the radio with you or your loved one
  • Engaging in and supporting your loved one’s hobbies or interests
  • Doing crosswords, jigsaws and puzzles with you or your loved one
  • Light gardening
  • Transportation to and interaction with social and recreational activities
  • Assistance with light exercise and outdoor activities
  • Baking and cooking with you or your loved one

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