"Companionship is important for establishing a sense of belonging. Without it, people can become lonely and even depressed" - Corey
Social isolation and loneliness is becoming an ever increasingly large problem across the world.
Working with you at heart
A shocking number of over 9 million people in the UK – almost a fifth of the population – say they are always or often lonely, but almost two thirds feel uncomfortable admitting to it (British Red Cross and Co-Op, 2016) and over half (51%) of all people aged 75 and over live alone (ONS, 2010)
We provide companionship visits and offer support to people who would like a bit of company.
We can support people with hobbies and interests and take people on days out.
We contact local clubs and centres to find out what social events are on
We help people to stay connected, promote well-being and support with any other support needs