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3 Signs Your Loved One Needs Elderly Companion Care

Deciding when or if your loved one needs companion care can be one of the toughest decisions you will ever have to make. Most seniors would say that if given a choice, they would want to stay home.

Look out for these signs that may indicate your loved ne is in need of companion care.

Woman helping an elderly woman out of the car

1) Struggling to perform essential daily functions

If your loved one is stuggling to perform daily duties suchs as grocery shopping and laundry, having a companion come a few times a week can help take care of these duties.

2) They are recovering from injury/surgery

After going through a rough injury or surgery, it may be hard to keep up with important tasks as an elder recovers. Companion caregivers can help with personal assiantance such as keeping things clean and organized.

3) They are lacking socalization

Seniors who live alone tend to be lonely which can cause depression and other mental health issues. Having a companion to bring your senior out for a cup of coffee, to local events, and activties is a great way to get your loved one out of the house.


For more on home care or a little assistance at home when you need it most, visit the compassionate team at Helping Hearts at Home today.

Call Us at 631-676-4400 (New York) 561-237-8000 (Florida) or at

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