Companion care

Many people require companionship and help with the little things rather than round-the-clock care, but don’t like to mention it to friends and family as they don’t wish to be a burden. We pride ourselves on finding compatible companions who can help make life just that little bit easier at home.

Friendly companions at home

Have you considered companion care for you or your loved one? Flexible live-in care, provided at home, helps you stay living in the place you prefer for as long as possible, whether elderly, disabled or vulnerable, to take the strain out of many activities like, for example, shopping, cleaning or cooking.

Companion care services provided by Promedica24 is likely to be your perfect solution. You can engage a live-in carer for company and support for as few or as many hours that you prefer. You (or a loved one) can then rest easy knowing help is always near at hand.

Who to choose for companion care?

We select companion carers based on our customers’ interests, personality and lifestyle, to provide a suitable fit. You or loved ones can then continue living at home to enjoy a better quality of daily life enjoying the benefits of our 24-hour live-in care service. You’re able to keep the same companion for up to three months before choosing another home carer (your original companion may return for an additional period).

Companion carers won’t take over your home – they are simply there to make life easier. For example, they can plan and prepare meals or assist with washing and cleaning-related tasks; it’s your choice how involved they get. Our clients will never be lonely or isolated, but they are able to take some “me” time whenever they choose.

Companion care – typical service and benefits:

  • Supporting an independent lifestyle
  • Accompanying to appointments
  • Ensuring medication is taken on time
  • Cooking, cleaning and domestic activities
  • Shopping/prescription collection
  • Activities and social functions
  • Managing personal budgets and diary support
  • Supporting early phases of dementia


Make a ‘Companion care enquiry