Visiting Companions

Visiting Companions offer non-medical services to seniors, disabled, those recovering from surgery, new and expectant mothers and others in need of assistance in the safety of their own home, encouraging independence, preserving dignity and protecting the privacy of those being assisted. Click Here to Get Started.

Visiting Companions provide one-on-one social interaction, emotional support and assistance at a variety of locations including your home, residential neighborhoods, senior independent living communities, assisted living facilities,

Visiting Companions are friendly, sharing laughter and engaging in meaningful activities, sharing good food while enjoying the safety of home surroundings.

Visiting Companions help to ward off the effects of isolation decreasing depression, encouraging wellness and increasing quality of life.

Visiting Companions also make hospital visits to help encourage patients to interact and increase recovery rate in the event that the patient may not have support readily available from friends and/or family.

Providing your loved one with a Visiting Companion can be the best thing you can do to give them the one on one personal attention they deserve; while the Visiting Companion reports their ongoing condition to you, helping you be more involved in their life when being separated by geography may prohibit your personal attention.

Visiting Companions are your eyes and ears in your absence.

Here are some examples of assistance options that are offered by Visiting Companions:

Play Cards
Friendly Conversation
Hobby Engagement
Watch TV
Learn to Play an Instrument
Reading Books
Letter Writing / Mailing
Friendly Support
Stimulating Activities
Hygiene Supervision
Ambulation Monitoring
Hospital Visits
Cooking Assistance
Meal Preparation
Medication Reminder
Light Housekeeping
Grocery Shopping
Pick up Pharmacy Medications
Make or Change Bed
Wash, Sort or Fold Laundry
Drop Off/Pick up Dry Cleaning
Kitchen Cleaning
Attending Family Gatherings
Accompany to Appointments
Attend Community Activities
Miscellaneous Public Functions
Attend Movie
Visit Museum
Art Gallery
Escort to Special Events
Assist with Pets
Run Errands
Shopping Assistance


Technology assistance may come in the form of helping someone use a computer, cell phone, tablet or other technology.

Recreation assistance can include taking a walk or participating in other recreational activities.

Visiting Companions are all unique, varied and bring to the table a unique set of skills and interests to share with you or your loved one. Feel free to browse our listings to see if we have someone who can meet your specific needs or desires.

There is no commitment or contract. Each Visiting Companion is a unique individual and you are under no obligation to continue using a Visiting Companion if it is determined that they are not an adequate fit; as someone else may be.


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