Providing Home Care Services in the Coeur d’Alene, and Northern Idaho area.

Senior Companion Care Near Coeur d'Alene

Providing Exceptional Senior Companion Care in Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Hayden, Hayden Lake, Sandpoint, Rathdrum, Dover, East Greenacres, McGuire, and Dalton Gardens

Inglenook Senior Care can improve your quality of life by providing compassionate, one-on-one companion care at home. Our personalized and affordable services are available 7 days a week and can range from a few hours to 24/7 live-in care. We provide companion care services for seniors.

When your loved one needs assistance in the comfort of their own home to stay independent, our Companion Care Services in the Coeur d’Alene area, can be a valuable tool. Allowing the senior to stay at home in their familiar surroundings with a caregiver is a gift they will appreciate.

What is Senior Companion Care?

Companion care is a type of home-based support for older adults, or those with disabilities. They provide non-medical services and can help in socialization as well. Personal care aides may also offer these services but they will differ depending on the state regulations being followed by their employer.

The goal of companion care is primarily emotional support and to make sure that aging seniors are getting out into the world even if it’s just going outside for a walk.

Senior Companion Care Services

  • Light housekeeping
  • Other household chores such as washing clothes and dishes
  • Running errands such as grocery shopping
  • Planning and scheduling appointments and social activities
  • Transportation to appointments and other activities
  • Preparing meals
  • Socialization and entertainment
  • Communicating with family members and other care team professionals

How Does Companion Care Work?

Companion services are available on a formal, paid basis, offered through Inglenook Senior Care.

We offer companions as part of the overall care plan.

Companions typically make regular visits, which may vary in frequency depending on the care recipient’s unique needs.

Usually, our caregivers visit at least weekly, while some may visit two to three times per week or even daily to help older adults prepare meals, take care of laundry, and other tasks.

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Best Companion Care Services at home are available through Inglenook Senior Care. Call today to speak to our staff.

What are the Benefits of Companion Care at Home?

Companions are like live-in therapists for seniors, providing a variety of beneficial services that make life more manageable. Companionship is one such service that provides an outlet to avoid loneliness and isolation in those who might otherwise be stuck at home alone all day. By driving them places or just by sitting with someone as they play card games, companions provide a sense of purpose and allow their care recipients the chance to get out into the world again (or stay inside if they so choose).

Older adults and people with disabilities may struggle to get around in their homes, making it challenging for them to do things like wash dishes or even complete the laundry. This is where companions come into play; they can take care of these tasks so that senior citizens don’t have as much work on their plate–ultimately leading to a better quality of life.

Senior Home Care Services in Coeur d'Alene and the surrounding areas by Inglenook Senior Care

Does Your Aging Loved-One Need Companion Care?

Would your loved one benefit from companion care services to enable them to stay in their own home for as long a period of time as possible?

The prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is increasing among the aging population, meaning that many older adults are experiencing an inability to perform everyday tasks.

There are several different kinds of help available when this happens including hourly caregivers or even live-in caregivers.

Companion care is a valuable benefit for older adults who face challenges in keeping up with daily household chores, are at risk of isolation, or need transportation to appointments and other locations. If your aging loved one wants to age in place, companion care is one of the most helpful services to enable them to remain independent, in their own home.

For more information on what kind you might need, talk with one of our friendly home care staff members.

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