Companionship Makes a Difference


Many people falsely believe that home care should start after illness strikes.   In reality, hiring a companion sooner rather than later may be a better idea.  Inviting a companion into the home of an aging loved one has many benefits.  Companions provide:  an attentive ear, a safe method for transportation and an extra set of eyes.  They can help ease the anxiety that seems to accompany aging.  Companions even allow for sustained independence by preventing falls, observing changes in physical or mental status early and encouraging healthy behaviors.  Our Director of Patient Services, Michele Teter, explains how companionship can prolong life and enhance well-being in her recent article for AgingCare.com.

If you or a loved one are considering a companion, we have the perfect match for you.  Call us at 1.877.687.7380 or contact us at https://alliancehomecare.com/get-care-now/.

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