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Companion Home Care Services

It’s Not Just Work – Caregiving Is About Companionship & Connection

Specialty Care

Senior companion care services are a great way to combat social isolation, a common issue for seniors and one that can negatively impact physical and mental health. The support of friends, family, and Tandem’s kind-hearted and carefully vetted caregivers can make coping with the challenges of growing older and performing everyday tasks a little bit easier and more joyful.

What Is A Care Companion? 

Tandem caregivers are professional care companions. Forming close connections with others is important for everyone. It’s a key ingredient for helping you and your loved one thrive and stay enthusiastic about life as they age. We believe companion caregiver relationships built on trust are a fantastic way to bring joy to both groups. 

Listening

We’re looking for caring, licensed Home Care Aides (HCAs) in the state of California with a valid driver’s license.

Common Ground

Discovering shared interests can form an instant connection between your family and your caregivers. Senior companionship and care can help form connections over cooking, music, sports, and more.

Encouragement

You may need a positive influence as you or your loved one grow older. Depression and isolation can have a negative impact on quality of life. Elderly companion care can offer a positive, encouraging presence in your family’s life.

Companion Care Services with Tandem

Tandem helps your family find professional caregivers who are a natural fit with you and/or your loved one. Our focus on finding an ideal fit helps foster close companionship, providing emotional support and advocacy to make sure you are doing what’s best for you and your loved one. Tandem’s caregivers are handpicked and have passed a multi-step background check from the State of California, giving you peace of mind.

Along with more traditional caregiving services, Tandem caregivers can also:

Appointment Accompaniment

Plan social activities with family and friends

Encourage social engagement by writing letters or email

Track health status and progress

Engage in activities that inspire joy, such as doing art, listening to music, etc.

Provide supportive conversation and friendly discussion