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Bedside Companion

elderly woman with her caregiver
What is the difference between an at-home caregiver and a bedside companion? A bedside companion is a trained caregiver who provides round-the-clock, observation and one-on-one care for as long as necessary. Bedside companions can help ease your mind when your loved one is in a large facility, knowing they have access to the care that they need.

At Elder Home Care, our bedside companions can visit: 

—Assisted Living Centers

—Hospitals

—Rehabilitation Centers

—Nursing Homes

Benefits:

—One-on-one attention to provide companionship and advocacy

—Escort to meals and activities

—Maintain safety when patients have difficulty sleeping

—Prevent falls

—Inform family members and nurses of any health changes

Need bedside care in a facility? Call us at 516-405-5910.