As the door opened and you called in, her brows wrinkled with appreciation. And before even saying a word, you saw that her eyes said, “Thank you.”
We all know that look of relief and happiness when our elderly loved ones get a visit. It might be from you, it might be from their friend, it might be from seeing their grandchild, but we all know that look.
Unfortunately, loneliness and isolation are too often the companions of seniors as they age in the US. People need people, and research shows, again and again, that companionship and socializing improve longevity and quality of life.
To us, a companion isn't just someone being there, a companion is a trusted and present friend who sparks happiness for your loved ones—and offers genuine peace of mind for you.