COMPANIONSHIP

Sometimes, it’s the little things in life that make a big difference. Ambassadors Caregivers are there to do those little things that make a big difference in our client’s lives. Companionship is important to promote socialization, conversation and a safe environment for each of our clients to discuss whatever is on their mind. Companionship at times can help to meet social, psychological and emotional needs.

Some examples of companionship include:

  • Work on puzzles and games to sharpen the mind

  • Engage in discussions about past or current events

  • Learn a new hobby or work on an existing one

  • Reminisce about old friends and the good old days

  • Go on outings to promote socialization

  • Walk outside to get some fresh air or enjoy the beautiful weather

  • Have a rendez-vous with friends

  • Walk outside to promote an active lifestyle

Companionship may seem so minuscule but the impact on a person who is often alone can be a tremendous positive influence to carry a healthy social lifestyle, not to mention combat depression.

 

Call an Ambassador today to discuss how we can help just a few hours up to 24hrs a day. 713.521.2221