The company of people is something we often take for granted, and yet it’s one of the biggest factors in our day-to-day happiness, health and general wellbeing.

Older people may have experienced the passing away of friends and loved ones, whilst those suffering from an illness or disability may find it an obstacle to participating in social activities or making new, lasting friendships. Whatever the reason, a lack of meaningful connections for these individuals can bring about a sense of loneliness and isolation.

This is where we can help. At Radical Care, we understand the importance of quality companionship. Someone to talk with, share experiences, enjoy activities – even the simplest interaction can make a real difference to someone’s day.

Our carers are warm and friendly, providing support that our clients can rely on. Sometimes, it’s the simple things that make a difference; whether it’s playing a game, doing a puzzle, going for a walk, providing interesting conversation, or simply making them smile, our carers will do what it takes ensure our client feels happy, comfortable and supported.