Our social companionship service involves getting to know you as an individual, your likes and your dislikes so that we are able to match your preferences to one of our care workers. We understand that feeling comfortable and at ease with your care worker is an important part of building a relationship with that individual so that you get the maximum benefit from receiving our service.
Time spent with your support worker can be spent chatting and reminiscing or can be more structured to include
Day to Day tasks
Assistance with the day to day tasks associated with running your home. These could include light domestic, sorting and reading mail or writing letters, making appointments or phone calls to utility companies, etc
Support to join or continue to participate in social groups or community activities like fitness or art classes. Support with maintaining interests and hobbies.
Driving you or escorting you to appointments, visiting friends or going to the theatre or simply a walk in the park.