Companionship and General Care

Everyday living activities such as sorting through the mail or organizing personal affairs, taking medication, or scheduling appointments often present challenges to people. Our caring staff can assist with household responsibilities making life easier for you and your loved ones.


Although SEACUS Caregivers cannot administer medications, they can help ensure that clients take their own medication as prescribed. SEACUS can assist members with opening medication containers, reading labels, and reminding them when it is time to take a dose.


SEACUS Caregivers are available to provide clients company and engage in conversation, or to sit down to share a meal together. Social contact such as this is proven to enhance the health, happiness, and quality of life of seniors. A smiling face, a helping hand, ears to hear, and a voice to encourage. From conversation to cards, reading aloud to going for walks, SEACUS Caregivers focus on providing social and physical stimulation to keep people active and engaged.


SEACUS Caregivers provide services for seniors that are experiencing symptoms of dementia. Some members may experience momentary confusion or lapses in memory, but others are dealing with advanced stages of dementia conditions. Specially trained Caregivers will provide care for these members, engaging them in daily activities to enhance the quality of their lives.