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During companionship visits, Comfort Keepers® keep seniors company and engage them in conversation, helping them feel involved. Research proves that seniors who are engaged mentally, socially and physically, live happier and healthier lives.
Caregivers use a variety of resources and opportunities to provide companionship care to seniors. In some visits, a caregiver may fix a meal and sit down to share it with the senior. Not only does this give caregivers and seniors an opportunity to engage while sharing a meal, it also encourages the senior to eat well, promoting optimal health habits.
Many seniors enjoy working on crafts and hobbies. With Interactive Caregiving companionship care, caregivers and seniors can work together on projects like quilting, word puzzles, scrapbooking and more.
Other senior activities for companionship care include:
By taking advantage of Interactive Caregiving opportunities during Companionship visits, Comfort Keepers use social, interactive contact to enhance the health, happiness and quality of life of seniors while spending quality time with the senior to establish lasting relationships through service.