HOLIDAY COMPANION

Why Should You Choose Holiday Companion?

Imagine the fun you will have setting off on a short break or a journey of a lifetime. Explore new places in the company of your trusted carer. They will make the perfect travelling companion, which means you will have someone to rely on and the freedom to enjoy your life. Travelling and going on holiday is perfect for health and wellbeing, when taking the right support with you. Our carers ensure all your needs are met while on holiday, as at home.

Having an experienced live-in carer to accompany you on your adventures, could make your holiday a truly memorable one.

What are the benefits of a Holiday Companion?

Supported Travel

Supported Travel

Your friendly carer will provide companionship during trips away from home. They will continue to provide you with support when necessary, such as meal preparation and medication reminders.

Personal Care Plan

On carer placement, you will establish your personal care plan with your carer, tailored to your own needs.

Confidence

Feel confident in the knowledge that your carer has undergone high level vetting prior to placement, they are all skilled in Live-In Care practices.

Shared Memories

Shared Memories

Exploring new places in the company of your trusted carer will give you wonderful, shared memories. They will be able to take photos of you on your travels and will make the perfect travelling companion.

Independence and Fulfilled Life

The carer will provide companionship and support whilst maintaining contact with your loved ones, to keep them free from worry during your travels.

Peace of Mind

A known carer accompanying you away from home will provide you and your loved ones with peace of mind. Knowing that you are in caring, empathetic and experienced hands and able to provide you with high-quality responsive care when necessary, will put minds at ease.

Living your life as a senior

What does the Holiday Companion Care incorporate?

However, your care support does not need to end after your holiday, continuing Live-In care could then continue.