People who spend most of their time at home often experience loneliness and feel isolated and unwanted, especially that most of them are people with disabilities, recovering from an injury, surgery, accident, or, more commonly, aging. Whether it’s because some family members are occupied with school or work, have moved away, passed on, or because their mobility is limited, they tend to lose the social interactions they once enjoyed. However, they can remain happy living at home and not be resigned to feelings of isolation, loneliness, and unwantedness.
Our caregivers here at UPRISING HEALTHCARE SERVICES LLC provide companionship services that give emotional and social support for children and adolescents, adults, and seniors. With these services, opportunities to build relationships are created, and people have a renewed sense of purpose through conversations and other activities that paves the way to intellectual stimulation.