Our Home Health Aides and Personal Care Aids can assist you with services such as:

  • Assistance with household chores
  • Assistance with Personal Hygiene
  • Medication management
  • Laundry
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Grocery shopping
  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Mobility assistance

Who Can You Trust to Care for You or for Someone You Love?

If you or your loved one’s needs are non-medical, let TLFC   Companion Services,  LLC. help you.

Our services are professionally managed and  an excellent alternative to self-employed aides so you or your loved one does not have to accept the responsibilities and liabilities of being an employer.  Our companions receive ongoing training and are carefully instructed on the support and special requirements of each individual and family. We will work with you to insure that your changing needs or those of your loved one are being appropriately addressed.

Leave the concerns of obtaining reliable caring help and companionship to T.L.F.C Companion Services.

Our non-medical services include: meal preparation, errands, transportation to activities and appointments, light housekeeping, laundry, escort for walks and family gatherings, mental stimulation, good company and conversation, sharing interests and talents, listening, attention to general well-being and respite for caregivers.

T.L.F.C. Companion Services can also provide assistance in hospitals and other facilities when necessary. We  monitor  patient activity (i.e. ensuring patient stays in bed, IVs remain in place, etc.),  supervising patient through the night, and ensuring family members that their loved one is safe when they are unable to be there.

Did you know that one of the most stressful moments for any caregiver comes when an elderly  loved one is hospitalized? Hospitals and other facilities can be scary for an elderly patient. The fear that  people feel when entrusting the care of someone dear to them is very real.

It is well documented that older patients are at  risk for a whole host of complications when hospitalized.  Some of these include  confusion, infections, bed sores, weakness and falls.