One of the most common challenges for a more mature individual living at home alone is a deep sense of loneliness. This can prove to be particularly problematic if they are immobile and are subsequently unable to leave their house for any length of time, or if they live isolated from their friends or family. It can also place a huge amount of pressure on any concerned family members who may well feel responsible for their loved one, and this can, sadly, impact upon their own family life. To prevent this sort of situation, we offer carers who provide company built around the personality and hobbies of your loved one. From playing cards to reminiscing over old photos, our carers are chosen for this service based on their own interests and hobbies, thereby helping your loved one move past a sense of loneliness and isolation into a far healthier and full life.