At Companion Home Care, we believe in helping our home care clients lead healthy, active lives both in their homes and in the community.
Recently Companion Home Care owner Michelle Belton attended the Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Game at the Bedford Moose Lodge in Bedford, VA, about 30 miles from Roanoke, with home care clients Chris, Pam, and Adrian.
The Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team consists of men and women, both veterans and active duty soldiers, from all service branches, who have sustained injuries resulting in amputation. Through extensive rehabilitation, they have become competitive athletes, playing against teams across the country in competitive, celebrity, and exhibition games.
"Adrian, Pam, Chris, and I had a blast at the softball game. We encourage our caregivers to find fun things to do with their clients outside of the home as much as possible. The clients love it and so do the caregivers," said Belton, who founded Companion Home Care in Roanoke, VA in 2004 and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP).
The event helps the Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team (WWAST) raise awareness and funds for their signature event, the WWAST Kids Camp, which empowers young boys and girls with amputations.
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Roanoke, VA 24016
About Companion Home Care Inc:
Companion Home Care is a senior home health care, adult care, and child care provider based in Roanoke, VA. Our motto is to provide a "better class of companion for a better quality of life". We accomplish this by hiring the best, most qualified caregivers, and using our knowledge and experience to craft a personalized home care plan for our clients, then match clients with the perfect caregiver based on client needs, personality, and skills required.
Our caregivers help seniors age gracefully, cope with Alzheimer's, dementia, and illnesses, and enjoy healthy and happy lives from the comfort of their own homes. In addition to senior home care, we also provide home care for adults and children with disabilities, traumatic brain injury and diseases, physical injuries, and special needs in Roanoke, Salem, Christiansburg, Blacksburg, and surrounding areas of southwest Virginia.