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Companionship and Support in Nottingham

Providing a trusted, friendly face to share interests and hobbies with.

Companion care services from Right at Home Nottingham


  • Companionship and support wherever you feel most comfortable
  • Friendly companionship services
  • Highly-rated homecare across Nottingham

Get in touch with Right at Home Nottingham to discuss the type of care that you’re looking for.

Why is companionship important? 


Companionship can have huge benefits to the mental and physical health and wellbeing of a person. Social interaction can be an important factor in preventing isolation and loneliness in the elderly.

Here at Right at Home Nottingham, we understand the value of having a friendly and trusted visitor to talk to. Our homecare support team go beyond helping with daily activities. When it comes to companionship, our Carers in Nottingham always aim to put a smile on someone’s face.   

What are the benefits of companionship and support?


Companionship can allow you to regain or enable your independence by getting out in the community and boosting your self-esteem. 

Our Clients love to experience community life in Nottingham, including a trip to Nottingham Castle or a stroll around Rushcliffe Country Park

Our CareGivers are available to support however and whenever they are needed. Companion care can help you take the first steps towards meeting new people, rediscovering old hobbies or taking up new interests.

Above all, we aim to match our CareGivers and Clients so they share interests and personality traits. This way, both can benefit from a genuine friendship, built on trust and mutual understanding. 

You’ve got a friend in us…

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"I have found Carers and managers to be approachable, knowledgeable, professional and responsible, especially in an emergency. This has included: accompanied visits to shops; social clubs or healthcare appointments; help to make a meal; domiciliary care; reminders to shave or to take medication; or even just enjoying a chat together to brighten the day."

Anthony P | Nephew of Client

What do our companion care services include?


Families just like yours, trust and rely on Right at Home Nottingham to provide companionship to their loved ones. Whether it’s accompaniment to the local shops or to meet a friend for lunch, we provide bespoke support for every Client. 

Our Nottingham-based team of private companions for elderly and young people primarily offer much needed friendship and rapport. We can also help with routine household tasks that may have become difficult. Or we can simply be there as a friend to enjoy hobbies and share interests with.

Our companionship services are available across Nottingham and they include:

  • Company whilst doing hobbies
  • Social interaction in the community
  • Respite for family CareGivers
  • Food preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Emotional support
  • Being there as a friend to listen and talk to
  • Support on a day trip or even further afield
  • Help with everyday tasks, like shopping for food or clothes
  • Support with using public transport and escorting on journeys

A popular activity with our Clients in Nottingham is a trip to Nottingham’s Royal Theatre and Concert Hall or a wander around the Arboretum, a hidden diamond in Nottingham.

Ease the feeling of loneliness and share your time with a trusted, familiar and friendly face. At Right at Home Nottingham, we offer person-centred and engaging companionship and support.

Speak to our team in Nottingham to discuss your needs or those of a family member.

FAQs about our companionship care services in Nottingham

What is companionship care?

Companionship is defined as the company of another person who you enjoy spending time with. Our companion care services in Nottingham may involve support with regular activities in the community, such as a stroll around Wollaton Hall and Park or a trip to the National Justice Museum

Companionship also comes in the form of a regular visit for a cup of tea and a chat. Our support services are available across Nottingham and are designed to ease the feeling of loneliness with a trusted, friendly face.

Do you offer companionship live-in care in/near Nottingham?

Our highly-trained CareGivers in Nottingham are carefully matched to your requirements, to ensure our service meets your needs and preferences. With live-in care, Clients benefit from having a trusted CareGiver and companion living with them in the familiar surroundings of their own home. 

Explore the live-in care services that we offer across Nottingham to learn more about the type of care that might suit you and your family.

What does a companion for the elderly do?

Our Nottingham-based companions are not just available for elderly support. We support adults of any age with everyday tasks and daily activities. Our approach to companion care enables continued independence and supports wellbeing. 

Most of all, our CareGivers are there to listen. Private companion services can prevent feelings of isolation and loneliness, which can have a big impact on a person’s mental and physical health. 

Contact our Nottingham homecare team to learn more about our services.

What is the difference between a companion and a CareGiver?

Our expert CareGivers provide specific services, such as personal care, specialist care, and support for elderly people

Care companions are often able to provide these services, but their primary purpose is to support Clients with day-to-day activities, whilst spending time with a trusted friend. 

What does companion care cost?

The cost of our companion care will depend on the needs of each Client. We calculate costs based on the number of hours of care provided each week. 

Please contact our Nottingham-based team to discuss the level of care you require so we can then provide an accurate cost of care.

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