At Aylsham Homecare, we offer a range of services to help you live a fulfilling life in your own home, including companionship care. Many of our clients simply want a bit of companionship, support and conversation, and that is exactly what our team can deliver. Whether you have recently suffered a bereavement and are finding it hard to adjust, or you live alone and don’t see friends and family regularly, we are here for you.

Our companionship services are designed to prevent loneliness and help you feel happy, safe and supported in your own home. A member of our expert team can pop in for a daily visit and friendly conversation, help you during your weekly shop or accompany you to a social group. However you prefer support, our companionship services are all about being there for you and your family.

Company And Care From Aylsham Homecare

Having support from a carer isn’t all about medical help and physical assistance. Socialising and receiving regular support is so important no matter your age and our companionship care provides exactly that. We can help with:

  • Daily with a friendly member of our team
  • Simple tasks around the home
  • Going shopping or out and about
  • Accompanying you to events or groups
  • Starting new hobbies or activities
  • Playing games or reading books

Companionship care varies greatly from person to person, and we understand that everyone has different interests and requirements. Our aim is to prevent loneliness and isolation in any way we can, so we will create a bespoke care package for your needs. If you would like a daily visit from your carer, they can spend some time with you every day either just for a chat or to play games or help with little jobs. Some people prefer less frequent visits and choose companionship care on a weekly basis.

At Aylsham Homecare, we know that loneliness can be a real problem and can lead to depression or exacerbate existing illnesses. Our outstanding care team are here to provide companionship and a friendly face in Aylsham and surrounding areas.