Whether you need just a little bit of extra assistance at home or complete 24-hour care, we can customize a care plan for you through one of our caring and compassionate Companion Specialists. Click to learn more about when and where our Companion Specialists can provide care.
Companion Specialist I
Think of it as a personal assistant and conscientious companion for you or your loved one! You or your loved one may be able to stay home with just a little extra assistance. These companions provide assistance with light housekeeping, laundry, running errands and shopping, assisting with or preparing healthy meals, driving or attending medical appointments and social commitments, writing notes and letters to loved ones, pet care, plant care, outings, walks, and recreational activities for social engagement.
Our Companion Specialist I does not provide personal care, but they are attentive aids that can help in maintaining one’s independence in the home and provide valuable companionship.
Companion Specialist II
A Companion Specialist II provides all of the services of a Companion Specialist I, but they are also trained to provide additional assistance with grooming and hygiene, bathing supervision and assistance, dressing, incontinence assistance, mobility and transfer assistance, medication reminders, participate in activities that provide cognitive stimulation, assistance with fall prevention and safety promotion. These caring Companions provide help to clients with activities of daily living and/or those with early onset of cognitive limitations and memory impairment such as dementia or Alzheimer’s.
Our patient, compassionate, and respectful Companion Specialist II can help seniors maintain their quality of life in their own home while sustaining their dignity.
Companion Specialist III
Companion Specialist III is the highest companion level and as such, they are able to provide all of the services of a Companion Specialist I and Companion Specialist II to our clients or their families, but those requesting a Companion Specialist III usually require a higher level of care due to a more advanced or complicated scenario such hospice care, complete bedside care, or later stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s and other late stage health prognoses.
Working under the guidance of your Hospice or medical care team, Companion Specialists III are also trained to provide comfort and compassion during end of life care. For those with terminal conditions that no longer respond to cure orientated care, a Companion Specialist III will enhance one’s comfort and remaining days.