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Issaquah Home Care Services Make Travelling Stress-free

When you are the caregiver of a senior loved one, travelling for business or pleasure can be one of the most challenging situations. Everything from managing medications and getting to appointments to running errands and preparing meals has to be organized and placed in the hands of someone you trust and, unfortunately for many people, there often simply isn’t anyone available to take over this role.

This is where home care agencies are able to provide a solution that not only meets your needs as a caregiver, but also those of your loved one. By providing services that are tailored to meet your loved one’s exact requirements, compassionate staff members are able to keep your elderly family member safe, comfortable and happy during your trip. These services include, but are not limited to:

  • Laundry and light housekeeping.
  • Medication reminders.
  • Nurse delegation.
  • Transport and assistance for appointments, outings, etc.
  • Ambulation assistance.
  • Safety supervision.
  • Personal care – Bathing, dressing, toileting, etc.
  • Running errands and doing shopping.
  • Companionship.
  • Meal planning and preparation.
  • Gardening.
  • Pet care.

At Companion Care, our care and management services change to fit your needs

At Companion Care, we know caring for the elderly and disabled is about creating relationships – not making a profit. That’s why our focus is on providing customized solutions to our clients that insure a high quality of life for their loved ones.

From providing everything from companionship to dedicated, professional personal care and everything in between, we are able to provide you with absolute peace of mind while you are travelling. We will keep in contact with you to report on how your loved one is doing and make extra efforts to ensure that they are safe. For more information on our senior home care services, please contact us today.


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