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Help at Home

For most people, living as independently as you can in your own home as you age is what you want. But sometimes you might need some help with daily tasks that you can no longer manage as well on your own.

For example, you might need help with home maintenance, such as changing light bulbs or mowing your lawn. You might also need aids and equipment, like a walking frame, to help you get around your home safely and easily. Or you might need help with tasks like dressing or preparing meals. As you get older, you may also need some level of nursing care to stay in your own home.




Support Dogs 

Support Dogs can offer a great deal of help including;

  • Picking up dropped items
  • Opening and closing doors, wardrobes and drawers
  • Removing items of clothing like socks and jumpers
  • Emergency bark if their owner is in danger
  • Can help an adult or child with communications difficulties
  • Offer emotional support, including love and companionship
  • Assist in breaking down barriers and reducing social isolation.



Companion Care

Our companion care line of services offers daily companionship and assistance with daily living activities. If your loved one is living alone and your visits are limited, social interaction becomes very important to their happiness and helps prevent feelings of isolation and depression. Whether they need a little fun or maybe just help keeping house and running errands, we have you covered with home care activities such as:

  • Caring companionship and conversation
  • Help with hobbies (scrapbooking, games, gardening, sports, news)
  • General shopping and errands
  • Transportation to appointments
  • Help with housekeeping (laundry and ironing, vacuuming and dusting, meal preparation, washing dishes, caring for pets and plants).