Our Services

Nurse preparing meal for a seniorOur Service Levels include:

Live-In Care

An Aides and Companions caregiver boards at a patient’s home providing all the help needed for the activities of daily living.

Overnight Care

Our caregiver comes in the evening, prepares supper, readies a patient for bedtime, remains overnight and the next morning, prepares breakfast and gets patient ready for the day ahead.

24/7 Care

We assign two aides for around-the-clock home care; they provide medication reminders, attend to personal hygiene as well as lend emotional and physical support.

Respite Care

To give family caregivers a break from their caregiving responsibilities, our caregivers assume their responsibilities for a period of time so family members have an opportunity to get away for a while.

Daily or Weekly Visit

We are available for short-term or long-term needs on a daily or weekly basis and can provide help whenever needed. We can provide service for a few hours as needed or on a regular basis.

Nurse bathing a seniorCaregiver Services

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
  • Meal preparation
  • Personal care
  • Baths and showers
  • Accompanied walks
  • Daily phone calls
  • Reading books/newspapers/mail
  • Caring for a loved pet
  • Letter writing
  • Mailing and filing
  • Home services
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Household chores
  • Senior helpers

Transportation Services

  • Doctor appointments
  • Workshop services
  • Events and outings
  • Shopping
  • Errands
  • Accompanied travel

Testimonials From CLIENTS

  • "I believe Aides and Companions made all the difference with pop. They allowed him to spend the rest of his life where he’d spent most of his life – in the home he loved with memories he cherished." - Rita R., Fairfield Ct.

  • "The care was absolutely the best. I never worried that mom would fall again or that she wouldn’t have someone around to help her keep her balance. Aides and Companions took amazing care of her." - Bob L., New Haven

  • "After mom died, I thought Dad was done for. He seemed to get more and more forgetful and seemed totally depressed. Aide and Companions helped Dad get his life in order again." - Dave C., Norwalk

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