Director of Business Development
Mission Statement | Core Values
Our mission is to help seniors live independently and with dignity in the comfort of their own home by empowering them to lead an active and enriched lifestyle, connecting them with their community and nurturing meaningful relationships.
Building relationships & deepening personal involvement.
Fostering an open dialogue & celebrating ideas.
Always going the extra mile to provide unique value.
Making the best match possible, at no sacrifice
Providing trusted, reliable service
Flexible care at the right price for our customer
5 Things You Should Know About In-Home Senior Care
1 It's less expensive. Staying in your own residence is generally more cost effective than moving. In-home care does not incur the additional rent or mortgage assisted living facilities often do. Plus, it eliminates the stress of selling your home in the current economy.
2 It's more convenient. Living in your own home gives you the freedom to live according to your own priorities. With in-home elder care, you don’t have to conform to an institutional diet or schedule. You are free to create your own meals and plan your own activities and outings. You can do what you want when you want.
3 It maintains independence and creates longevity. Studies indicate that seniors who live in their own homes live longer. Disrupting living conditions and routine can cause significant health problems for the elderly. More often than not, it is best to stay where you are with a little bit of help.
4 It's easy to get started. The application process and paperwork attached to assisted living facilities can be laborious and time-consuming. Companions for Seniors provides a free in home assessment of your current situation, and in most cases we can be up and running in just a few days.
5 It's flexible. From one hour to 24 hours a day, we can be there for your loved one. We understand that every situation is unique, so we provide a personalized care plan that’s modified to meet each client’s specific needs. As a client’s situation changes, so does our plan of care.