To promote heartfelt, compassionate care through our commitment to quality, respect, and integrity.
What We Do
Companion Extraordinaire provides personal home care services in the comfort of our client's home. We can also deliver these services to clients who reside in an assisted living community, independent living setting or in a nursing and rehabilitation center
If you or a loved one needs an hour of additional care or 24-hour care, Companion Extraordinaire is here to provide the assistance you need.
As a full-service home care provider, we can provide a care program that is personalized to meet your needs. From one hour to 24-hour care, we deliver the help you need.
For our clients who prefer concierge services in addition to care, we offer the Boutique Care Program
The new age of personal companionship and care
Enhancing clients' quality and dignity of life
Providing clients with peaceful, pain-free care
Providing care for clients recovering from an injury
Why Choose Home Care?
One-on-one care in the privacy of your own home is the best reason to choose home care over a care facility.
Additionally, it is impossible to see germs, but they are all around us. In a care facility, these germs can spread quickly and cause devastating infections like:
- Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
- C Diff
Elderly patients and others at high risk have been known to suffer serious and fatal infections that could have been prevented.
Companion Extraordinaire spends hours and hours training our care providers to use the safest possible precautions to keep our clients safe and comfortable.
Why Choose Companion Extraordinaire?
Our Owner and Founder
Founder, Chief Operating Officer, Registered Nurse, Certified Case Manager, Certified Rehabilitation Professional, Faith Community Nurse, National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners, Certified Senior Advisor
The creation of Companion Extraordinaire has truly been a labor of love. It grew out of care for my father during his struggle with Parkinson’s disease.
Over the past 36 years, I have gravitated from being a staff nurse to the Administration of Health Care as a Registered Nurse. I obtained my National Certification in Case Management and specialized in patients with brain injuries and Dementia.
In addition, I have completed a Ministerial Internship Program, a faith community Nurse certification from Bon Secours, and became a certified Senior Advisor. Being able to combine all of these skills offers a holistic approach to our clients care supporting their body mind, and soul.