Companionship

Elderly woman with her caretaker in the nature
  • Phone Mike Booth now on +44 7585 561 348 to discuss your requirements

  • Phone Mike Booth now on +44 7585 561 348 to discuss your requirements

It is often the most simple activities and experiences that do so much to enhance someone's quality of life. Reading a book, a trip to the cinema or even a cup of tea with friends all bring enjoyment and variety to everyday life. Yet whether it be through age, disability or illness many people often struggle to sustain these activities as much as they once did.

The Companionship service from Pin Point Homecare gives people back the freedom to enjoy these simple but life-enhancing experiences by offering support and encouragement from discreet, mature and highly trained care staff. This service is ideal for people who do not necessarily need personal care and support but sometimes struggle with daily activities and find their quality of life poorer as a result. It might be a trip to the shops, help with reading or even an outing to the cinema. Whatever your need, our Companionship service can help. Just look at the range of activities that we can support you with

  • Organising outings and trips
  • Accompany to lunch or dinner
  • Arranging and attending appointments
  • Assistance with shopping and food preparation
  • Taking part in hobbies and crafts
  • Escorting people on holiday
  • Helping with reading
  • Helping with clothing selection
  • Picking up prescriptions or dry cleaning
  • Monitor diet and eating
  • Light housekeeping and cleaning

The list is not exhaustive, and  just like our other care services, we will visit your home to assess your needs and to discuss in more detail what assistance you want. We will then plan the care to suit your needs and expectations, before choosing the most suitable person to visit you. 

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