Did you know that nearly a million older people in the UK go for more than a month without talking to someone?
We find that many of our clients don’t need a lot of help, but find a friendly face, or companion, there to support them with daily activities serves as beneficial to their well-being.
Companionship support extends to adults and younger people too. At Caremark, we understand that having someone around to help or to chat to is important for people of all ages. We can offer help with finding the perfect companion for those looking for support in this way.
What is Companionship Care?
Companionship care aims to reduce loneliness or prevent isolation in those who might otherwise become cut off from their community or human interaction. Care workers provide emotional and/or physical support where necessary and keep quality of life as high as possible.
Social interaction is highly important for those who may have an illnesses or other conditions affecting their mobility. It can also be extremely positive for someone suffering with loneliness by offering the support and feeling valued.