Companionship

Sometimes people need to look forward to a visit from a companion. A smiling face at the front door.

Someone to go out and about with or to stay at home and chat with. To listen to favorite music with or have a coffee over the daily paper.

Families at work often worry about one of their parents while they are out all day, or while away on holidays.

Parents of children with disabilities have their own appointments, work and special occasions that mean they cannot be there all the time.

For some people in the community a Careworker can be the only visitor all week.

Care With Quality Careworkers are available to provide companionship for people of all ages and abilities. Whatever the time of day or day of the week, a drop in visit for an hour or a full day shared together. Whatever the need, we can help.

Some of our Careworkers even have additional training in Leisure Assessments to provide an enhanced model of planned and meaningful respite to our clients.