Tildahealth Care: The Care You Want - When And Where You Need It


At Tildahealth care, we recognize the important role friendship and emotional support plays in supporting our overall well-being. That is why our companionship team is dedicated to offering companionship in addition to our practical help with daily activities.

Our dedicated team provides professional companionship. We come in handy in making sure you or your loved ones feel loved and socially engaged in the comfort of your home. We also accompany you or your loved ones on visits to friends, family, and other social events.
Companionship is one of our most requested services. When one of our Tilda Healthcare assistants provides companionship, they become a trusted companion who you can be sure to always be at your service subsequently.
At Tilda Health care, our companionship healthcare assistance provides services that can cover various activities. Examples of such services are:

  • Having conversations and socializing with our clients
  • Cooking and sharing meals
  • Helping with weekly shopping
  • Joining in playing your favorite games
  • Helping with housekeeping and laundry
  • Assistance with daily activities.
  • Scheduling your appointments, outings, and visits

Our sole aim is to ensure that you or your loved one remains happy and healthy whilst leading a stimulating life in your home.

Benefits of Companionship

  •  A comfortable setting
    The single most essential benefit of live-in care is obvious from the name: your loved one can stay in the home they know and love. It means they won’t have to deal with the stress of relocating to a new and unfamiliar area, but the benefits go beyond that. It’s all about the familiar: their comfortable bed, their coffee mug, the kitchen table where they do the crossword, and the armchair where they watch their favorite television series and soaps. These elements may appear insignificant, but they are a part of their daily routine and can have a significant impact on their mental health and well-being.
  • Routines are important.
    It can be tough and painful to modify a pattern after a lifetime of doing so. This is especially true in cases of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, where sticking to a schedule has been shown to help people live independently for longer periods of time.
    Living at home allows your loved one to follow their own schedule rather than one dictated by a care facility’s routine. Hobbies, outings, and favorite radio shows can all be enjoyed, and if they want a later meal, no problem.
  • Care that is adaptable
    Home care can be customized to meet your loved one’s specific needs. If their function deteriorates and they require greater assistance with self-care, incontinence, or tube feeding, the appropriate care can be supplied. You can contact us at a home touch to inquire about caregivers who have the necessary expertise, abilities, and training to handle complex care needs. We can assist you in weighing the advantages of live-in care against all of your other options.
  •  Friends and family
    A person’s community can be uprooted when they enter residential care. Neighbors, family, and friends can simply drop by for a chat or a cup of tea when you stay at home.
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