Home Companion Care

Elderly Home Care Servicing Central Florida & Surrounding Areas

Our caregivers are highly trained to provide the care and assistance your elderly loved ones need in their homes and we will always treat your loved ones with respect and compassion.

Many families will do everything they can when an elderly relative reaches a point where they need care in their home.  Some families are able to step in and help their loved ones around the home or give them rides when they need to get to a doctor appointment, but it becomes more difficult for families to help when their loved ones need personal care on a daily basis.  Providing care full-time for an aging loved one is simply not possible for many families to handle.

If your family is in this situation, you can still ensure that your elderly loved ones get the care they need to age in place from a home care agency.

Principles Of Our Work

Care Management

We can help you and your loved ones keep their care under control by managing their care plan, providing medication reminders, working with family caregivers, and providing rides to doctor appointments.

Personal Care and Assistance

Many seniors have difficulty with activities of daily living including restroom use, bathing, and getting dressed. Our caregivers will help your loved ones with these activities.

Meal Preparation

Getting enough nutrition is important for seniors, but many cannot cook for themselves. Our caregivers will prepare meals for your loved ones each day to ensure that they are getting their necessary nutrition.

Light Housekeeping:

Our caregivers will help your loved ones keep a clean home by taking care of light housekeeping duties like laundry, vacuuming, and taking out the trash.

Errands and Transportation

We can help seniors who no longer drive by providing rides to important engagements and appointments and we can also help them with errands.

Overnight Care

We can provide care through the night with our overnight care services if you do not want your loved ones to be alone at night. Our caregiver will show up in the evening to help them get to bed and stay awake the entire night in case their assistance is needed.