Senior Companions


Senior Companions assist others to maintain the highest level of dignity and independent living possible. Companions help out home bound adults by assisting with a range of activities such as shopping, chores, interacting with doctors, or just making a friendly visit.

These non-medical services help make a senior’s life more manageable. Senior companions are essential “eyes and ears” to family members and supporting agencies involved with the senior. Most importantly, they act as a friend who listens and cares.



  • Grocery shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Assist with pet care

Personal Assistance

  • Assist with getting out of bed and getting in and out of the car
  • Drive to medical appointments
  • Help with planning and keeping appointments
  • Medication reminders
  • Keep a watchful eye and assist with safety
  • Help pick out clothing


  • Contact with the outside world
  • Take walks or exercise together
  • Engage in meaningful conversation and reminiscence
  • Help with planning and transportation to social outings
  • Take incoming phone calls
  • Participate in recreational activities – playing cards, board games, scrap booking