Social networks shrink as we get older, and it takes more work to maintain the friendships that we do have. Families live farther apart than ever before, and while the digital world is an interesting place, it’s not a completely satisfying substitute for real human connection. Your loved one needs social interaction, conversation and a reason to get out and move around to maintain a healthy mind and body. There’s no pill that fills this gap, but regular companionship can do the trick. An interested, curious and connected parent may not regain lost health, but doctors are convinced that socially isolated seniors experience worse health. A Casa Companion Specialist can help your loved one stay connected with the world in all these ways. Our Casa Companion Homecare Specialists can drive your loved to bingo with ‘the girls’, or help them use Facebook to check in with the grandkids, or do the crossword puzzle.