Medical advances are helping many of us live longer, healthier lives. But they are only effective when they are followed correctly.
An important part of a Personal Companion’s role is to help clients follow their medical care plan.
Companions do not administer medications. However, they should be made aware of clients’ scheduled medication times, dietary needs, and other health-related daily activities.
Annasus Personal Companions are trained to encourage their clients to follow their medical care providers’ instructions. They will remind you or your loved ones to take medications on time.
Medications and other instructions should be clearly identified and explained for our Companions so they can remind clients accordingly.