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Companionship & Hospice Care

Our caregivers can help provide companionship for the elderly, infirm or those on hospice care. Having someone to talk to or play games with can help lift people’s spirits and improve their well-being.  

Loneliness and isolation can be daunting, and many older people worry about what would happen if they fell or needed help and couldn’t reach the phone. Anxiety around issues like this can make independent living difficult.

Family and friends who live far away or have other responsibilities may not be able to spend as much quality time with parents or loved ones as they would like.  

At Affordable Home Health Care, we help get you the assistance you need, whether it’s for a few hours a day or around the clock.

What does companionship and hospice care include?

Conversation and Company

Our caregivers help reduce loneliness by chatting with clients and keeping them company, or by helping facilitate visits with family and friends.

Reading, Cards and Games

Engaging clients in activities aligned with their interests, including reading, and games can be good for cognitive stimulation.

Transport and Errands

We can help clients get to and from appointments. We can also help them with grocery shopping, prescription pick up and other errands, or handle these errands for them.

Personal Grooming

Our caregivers are trained to provide dignified and respectful assistance with personal grooming, including bathing, oral care, dressing and handling toileting.

Laundry and Light Housekeeping

We help clients maintain a clean living space by keeping rooms tidy and helping with laundry so clients have fresh clothes and bed linen.

Meal Planning and Preparation

Elderly people and those who are unwell often lose their appetites. We help prepare meals as maintaining a proper diet can help them get the nutrition they need.

Walks and Exercise

We can provide company during gentle walks and light exercises which can help clients stay healthy.

Medication and Medical Equipment

We can offer reminders or administer medication at the right time and in the correct dosage, as well as help handle any necessary medical equipment.

Support for Caregivers

When loved ones are terminally ill and in need of hospice care, it can be overwhelming for family caregivers. We offer respite care and emotional support.

Advance Care Planning

We can help facilitate discussions on sensitive topics like end-of-life care, so loved ones know the wishes of those on hospice care while they still have the capacity to make decisions.


If desired, we can communicate directly with your healthcare providers or loved ones, to understand your care plan and provide updates about your recovery progress.

Customized Care

Our caregivers are not medically trained, but we have nurses on staff who help create personalized care plans and provide regular visits to update patient care plans if needed.

Don’t see the service you’re looking for? We offer a range of services beyond those listed here. Get in touch to learn more.

What are the benefits of companionship and hospice care?

Better Quality of Life

Companionship and support can help reduce feelings of loneliness and improve well-being.

Maximized Insurance Benefits

Our professional expertise in home health care insurance processes can help you get the most out of your insurance.

Increased Social Interaction

We can help facilitate visits by family and friends which is often the best form of company.

More Independence

Companionship and caregiver assistance allows those on hospice care to stay in their homes and maintain some independence.

Pain Management

Where necessary, we ensure patients get rest, encourage proper positioning to alleviate pain, and consistently administer medication, as well as monitoring pain levels.

Reduced Stress and Fatigue

We handle day-to-day tasks like cleaning, meal preparation and errands to make sure the patients don’t try and overstrain themselves and conserve their energy.

Fewer Medical Complications

By helping with personal grooming and dental hygiene, as well as regularly administering any prescribed medication, we can help reduce medical complications.

Fewer Burnouts for Family

Family caregivers often feel burnt out and overwhelmed trying to manage when a loved one is on hospice care. We provide them with respite and emotional support.


Home care can be more cost-effective than an extended hospital stay or assisted living facility, making healthcare more accessible and affordable.

Who Benefits?

Seniors and Elderly Individuals

Many seniors face social isolation due to living alone, the loss of friends and family, or a lack of mobility.

Individuals with Physical Disabilities

Temporary or permanent physical disabilities can make going out and socializing challenging.

Post-Operative Patients

After an operation or an injury mobility can be limited and assistance making some company can be welcome.

Patients with Chronic Illnesses

Mobility can be limited for those with arthritis, Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis and companionship can help people cope.

Individuals with Dementia

Those with cognitive impairments like dementia and Alzheimer’s may benefit from social interaction and activity.

Family Caregivers

Companionship offers relief and support which can benefit family caregivers as well as clients.

Patients with Hospice Care Needs

The end-of-life care journey can be difficult, and companionship can help individuals maintain well-being and dignity.

We’re here to help


200 N. Andrews, Suite 101
Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33301
Phone: 954-799-4716

631 Lucerne, Suite 105
Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460
Phone: 954-914-7266

Whether you need urgent support, temporary relief or 24/7 care, we can help.

Phone: 954-799-4716
Email: Info@ahhcflorida.com

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