24 Hour In-Home Care for the ones you love


Staff accompanying the elder patient

We will always be by your side – your warm and friendly companion.

Anyone can experience depression. Your senior or disabled loved ones are also prone to being depressed if no one can take care of them physically and emotionally. Don’t let this happen to them. We understand how being alone and lonely feels. That is why we are offering companion care services to individuals who need someone to keep them company at home.

Our companionship services include, but are not limited to:

  • Arranging appointments
  • Assistance with morning wake-up
  • Bedtime assistance
  • Medication reminders
  • Accompanying to doctor’s visits
  • Grocery lists preparation
  • Assistance with reading
  • Visiting neighbors & friends
  • Playing games or cards
  • Assistance with coupon clipping
  • Answering the telephone
  • Organizing/mailing bills and letters
  • Caring for house plants
  • And more

Companion care is about much more than simply having someone around to help take care daily needs. While day-to-day needs are important, we want to help with emotional struggles as well. If you or a loved one requires the compassionate support of a daily companion, Bridging Care to Home in Newton, PA, is here to help.

If you would like to know more about companion care, continue reading. If you still have questions, you can give us a call at 267-607-8999.

Companion Home Care

Everyone needs help sometimes. Companion home care is all about the little things. If your loved one finds getting out of bed to be difficult, sometimes all that is needed is a smile and kind words. The companions at Bridging Care to Home are kind, loving individuals that want nothing more than to help.

Senior citizens and disabled persons often have to stay at home for a long time — this can be hard on a person. A companion is a bright face that can help bring light into someone’s life, even if they are unable to leave the house.

We don’t want your loved ones to feel like they are alone in their daily life, a companion is there to simply be a friend when they need one the most. While companions can help with simple, daily tasks, a companion is there to be a friend. A companion is someone that is caring and kind to the ones who need it most.

If you still have questions or would like to talk about our services further you can visit our about page to learn more about our mission statement. For everything else, please visit our contact page to find more ways to get in contact with us. A member of our friendly team will be waiting to answer your questions or help you get started.