Loneliness is epidemic and is compounded by age and illness. You often wish that you could do more to help your loved one because you know that life for them can be a solitary one. You’re managing your family and your professional lives along with so many other responsibilities. You are you’re doing your best but you would like to do more. You can trust Comforting Companions to bridge that gap.

A Personalized Approach

We start by meeting you to learn more about your loved one, their abilities, their likes and dislikes, and their hopes and fears. We work with you to establish visit frequency and to understand what services you feel would most benefit your loved one.

Soon after, we choose a companion whom we feel is the best fit. The next step is to work with you to introduce that person to your loved one. Our companion will always meet them where they are day to day, moment to moment. Our office stays in close touch with you and our companion, to make sure that we are meeting your needs and expectations. There is a reason for our countless testimonials.  We truly care!


We understand that your loved one’s physical and mental abilities can change from day to day and sometimes from hour to hour. We work to create meaningful visits and can adapt them to reflect each person’s current situation. We want you to think of us as an extension of family, spending quality time with your loved one and stepping in to support you when you need it the most.

Dementia Care

Cognitive disorders can vary significantly depending on the individual and the type illness. Our companions are skilled in dementia care and receive ongoing support and training ensuring the time they spend with your loved one is reassuring, happy and active. We understand how living with Alzheimers or Dementia can shrink a loved one’s world and we look for ways to maintain and enrich their quality of life. Learn more about Dementia and our training opportunities.

Comfort Care

Our companions make deep connections with the people they spend time with. If your loved one is having difficulty communicating, we will work to find ways to engage with them to help them feel loved and cared for during our visit. We remember who they are and what they enjoy. It may be listening to music, taking a walk in the park, or watching a sports match.  That person is still there and responds to care and stimulation.  How can we help?

Respite Care

There are times in your life when you just can’t do it all. If you’re finding it hard to make your regular visits to your loved, you’re going out of town, or you just need a break to recharge, we can help. We know seeing you means a lot to that special person, so during those times we can stop by on your behalf. We’ll keep you updated on every visit. We’ve got you covered.

“Your support and friendship has been a strength for mom and her family. If we can ever offer you and your team words of support for other families, please do not hesitate to use us. Thank you!”

A Comforting Companions Client

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Is Depression normal as we age?

Depression is not a normal part of aging and is often brought on by some form of loss or misfortune: loss of health, mobility, family, or friends. Loneliness can make everything worse. A recent survey of over 50,000 seniors living in care found that more than 40% were either diagnosed with, or showed signs of depression! That’s a staggering figure when you consider that in the general community, the rate of depression is only 1% to 5%.

Quality of life can improve drastically by ensuring that feelings of purpose and self-worth continue at any age and at any stage of illness. Making friends and staying connected to those around us is essential. People who have meaningful companionship and who stay engaged with their community are far less affected by depression and enjoy an improved quality of life.