I looked around at the other clients of the program. Of course, I am searching for those that are, "worse off" in abilities and trying to assuage my hesitancy about this situation. I see a very young lady, possibly middle to late teens, controlling her motorized wheelchair over into the mounting area near a horse. She's very slight of build with long braids. I can hear her bantering in a small but excited voice with the therapy instructors.
At Companion Home Care, we strive to provide a better class of Companion for a better quality of life. We do this by carefully screening our applicants, hiring the best caregivers, paying above-average wages, conducting extensive background checks, and training our caregivers in home care best practices. But don't take our word for it, read some of the following reviews from actual Companion Home Care clients.
Companions are needed for elderly and disabled young and older clients. Companion's duties include meal preparation, housekeeping, shopping, activities, appointments, transportation and good reliable help for our clients' daily living. We are looking for responsible persons able to work unattended with a good nature, personality, excellent background and good work ethic is a must.
The historic Fire Station No. 1 building still standing today at 13 Church Ave SE in downtown Roanoke was built in 1907. Modeled after Philadelphia's Independence Hall, Fire Station No. 1 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and served as one of Virginia's longest continuously operating fire stations until its replacement began operating in 2007.
I met Sara while caring for her husband, Joe. Joe was in his early eighties with a myriad of hard luck health problems. I took care of Joe till he passed on hospice. I had ample time in those couple of months to become acquainted with Sara, then in her late seventies. They shared a marriage and an average blue-collar life for 40+ years.