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Companionship Services

The experienced caregivers of R A S Health Care, LLC will help families care for their loved ones and enhance their quality of life. Our caregivers are available to provide companionship services to prevent loneliness for your parents, seniors or loved ones. They will assist the client in the absence of a friend or family member, in light meal preparation, and other interactive activities requested within the home. We will perform a variety of helpful tasks in the home setting to assist your loved one in maintaining a quality standard of living and a positive home environment. Some of the tasks that are done when companionship is requested include:

  • Arts and crafts projects
  • Encouraging neighbor visits
  • Organizing mail
  • Playing cards or board games
  • Playing music
  • Reading from books or magazines
  • Religious readings
  • Renting movies
  • Sending greeting cards
  • Writing letters
  • We will customize companionship services to meet the individual needs of each and every client. If we are unable to provide a requested service, we will assist you in finding an alternative service to meet that need or we will assist you in finding an agency that is able to provide the requested care. Our goal is to be sure you receive the care you need to remain in the comfort of your own home.

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