Companionship Care With Red Rose Care

At Red Rose Care, we hand-pick our home carers to ensure they are always the best fit for our team. We aim to choose individual’s that are kind, compassionate and friendly.

We also try, where possible, to provide you with the same carer for each visit. This allows you to build a friendship with our carers. Seeing a familiar face on a regular basis can make a huge difference to your mental and physical wellbeing.

Companionship care comes as standard as part of the following care services:

Alternatively, if you do not need care, but would like someone to pop in regularly for a chat, we are more than happy to do that!

Get In Touch

For companionship care at home that is tailored to you or your loved one, get in touch. Our office team is always available to chat and answer any questions you may have. The office is open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (but we care 24/7).

Tel: 01772 963 740

Email: [email protected]

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The Importance Of Companionship

Companionship care can drastically reduce loneliness, which often plays a role in developing conditions, such as Alzheimer’s.

Companionship can encourage seniors to prioritise their physical and mental wellbeing, reducing the risk of depression and anxiety. Seniors that regularly have someone to talk to are also more likely to remain independent around the home.

Overall, companionship-based care can help improve the quality of life of you or your loved one.

Did you know that loneliness can cause a serious decline in both mental and physical health? Loneliness in the elderly is a common cause of dementia.

Unfortunately, more than 1 million seniors living in England go more than a month without speaking to or seeing a friend, family member or neighbour.

If you or your loved one is struggling with loneliness, companionship care can help. Companionship comes as a standard part of all the home care services provided by Red Rose Care.

This means our kind and dedicated carers will go above and beyond to get to know the person in their care. They will get to know about your hobbies and interests and are more than happy to sit and have a chat over a cuppa.

Our carers can also help you get out of the house to visit your friends and continue your hobbies.

I have just had lunch in Sainsbury’s cafe at about 1120 am today. I was seated at a table next to an elderly gentleman who was with an employee of your company. I was very impressed by the caring nature of your employee. Her manner was respectful and attentive towards the gentleman. I don’t normally send emails like this but I just thought you should be aware of the credit to your company that this person is.

David Haxby (by email)