companion care and senior services

Our companion services program is perfect for seniors who just need a little assistance.

Companion Services

As everyday activities such as cooking, tidying up, and folding clothes become more challenging, many seniors are enjoying the private convenience of an in-home TLC companion. We are there when you need us.

  • Meal preparation and clean-up
  • Light housekeeping
  • Medication reminders
  • Laundry and linens
  • After surgery or hospitalization support

TLC specializes in providing backup care for families when their regular care provider needs time off. TLC also provides adult care through employer-sponsored benefits. Ask your HR department if backup care is available through your company.

Our non-medical caregivers can provide you with someone to prepare a meal, remind them when to take medicine, help with laundry, play games, and talk with them. Ease your burden and improve your loved one's daily experience by providing them with a little companionship. Many families experience remarkable improvement in the mood and well-being of their elderly family members when an extra friend is available to keep them company.


What can I expect to pay for a senior companion caregiver?

Our companions are available full-time, part-time, or as-needed Rates depend on the level of care needed and duties requested and your location. Rates range between $29-$35 per hour.

Florida Agency For Health Care Administration (AHCA) License Number : 233557

Pursuant to Florida Statutes, section 400.462(8) and (22):

(8) a “Companion” or “sitter” means a person who spends time with or cares for elderly, handicapped, or convalescent individual and accompanies such individual on trips and outings and may prepare and serve meals to such individual. A companion may not provide hands-on personal care to a client.

22) A “homemaker” means a person who performs household chores that include housekeeping, meal planning and preparation, shopping assistance, and routine household activities for an elderly, handicapped, or convalescent individual.