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1602, 2024

What Should I Expect From Companionship Care at Home

February 16th, 2024|

What Should I Expect from Companionship Care at Home? Are they lonely? Are they happy? Have they watched every single box set on Netflix? Are you worried, anxious and wondering what’s next? You can bid farewell to those feelings because Companionship Care has you covered. Our Companionship Carers get invited to Christenings, weddings, bingo… you name it. Why? Because it’s

1602, 2024

What are the signs that a loved one might need dementia care at home

February 16th, 2024|

What are the signs that my loved one may need dementia care at home? Allow us to put this to bed… dementia is a chronic disease that develops slowly over time. Over the years, symptoms move from mild to moderate to severe. Please don’t feel any guilt for finding any part of this challenging or considering professional dementia care. We

2911, 2023

There’s No Place Like Home

November 29th, 2023|

Now, we know you don’t want to give your favourite aunt the budget, pound-saver package of home care. But you might not be deep-fat fried and smothered in riches either. When choosing care, cost is an important consideration (unless of course, you’re Leonardo DiCaprio) so, we’d like to outline exactly what you pay for, the industry standards and what your

1511, 2023

The #7 Top Reasons That Compel You to Be a Carer

November 15th, 2023|

OK, we’re just gonna call it like it is. No beating around the bush. Brace for impact. Carers are superheroes. Yep, we said it. Let’s look at the facts here. Wonder Woman brought peace to the wider world. Superman helped those in need. Batman had his issues, but you called and he came. The Care Bears even had their own

511, 2023

How to Help Your Loved One Adjust to a Life Receiving Care

November 5th, 2023|

No matter which way you dress it up. Sometimes change can be wonderful and welcome. Like when your child starts voluntarily tidying up after themselves (there’s a chance this is just an urban myth though). But of course, at other times, change is less welcome.  Needing home care for any reason could easily (and understandably) be viewed as an unwelcome

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