1. Do You Have Caregiver Loneliness?

    You know how bad senior loneliness is. As we at Quality Care Companions have talked about in the past, it’s not just a state or a feeling for our beloved seniors — senior loneliness is considered an actual disease. You know how much your parent or aunt or uncle or neighbor needs extra help and care, and you don’t want to abandon them. You’re here because you’ve likely picked up much (if …Read More

  2. Quick Facts On Senior Loneliness

    “Senior loneliness is a disease that can and should be treated.” This Washington Post headline summed up something that impacts millions of Americans. Senior loneliness is something that we’ve started to better understand, now having knowledge and research on its physical and mental health effects. We’ve compiled some of the latest stats and data on senior loneliness in this blog. If you…Read More

  3. A Few More Signs Your Loved One Needs Help

    Welcome back to our blog series on signs that your loved one might be in need of senior home care. This can be a difficult time and transition for any family, but once you get started with Quality Care Companions, things will start to settle into normalcy and a new routine — and the peace of mind you’re looking for will absolutely follow. As scary and sad as it can be to watch your loved ones …Read More

  4. Signs Your Loved One Needs Home Care

    Change can be hard for anyone, and especially when it affects your loved one as they grow older, this is no exception. It’s scary and strange for both of you when the person you’re used to, the one you can rely on, suddenly is struggling to get certain things and seemingly ordinary tasks done. You might have a suspicion that they’re in need of some extra help, but with our elderly care exper…Read More

  5. Welcome!

    Welcome to the new website for Quality Care Companions. Stay tuned for our latest updates!…Read More