About Our Faith-Based Business in Tempe, Arizona

About Faith

At Christian Companion Senior Care serving Tempe, Arizona, we pride ourselves in providing our clients with assisted living options that will greatly improve their happiness, health, safety, and independence. The home care services that we provide include:

  • Fellowship and companionship
  • Assistance with personal care and grooming
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Spiritual encouragement, if requested
  • Provide reliable transportation
  • Assistance with shopping and running errands
  • Senior Connect™, providing Skype, email service, and internet access to community and church offerings
  • Safety and security assistance
  • Mental stimulation through activities and/or hobbies
  • Help making medical and other appointments

Our caregivers provide loving support that often is not provided by visiting nurses, therapists, and other care providers. So even if your loved one is already receiving home visits from a medical professional, we can still help!

Why We Are Different

It is important to have faith and fellowship when it comes to caring for homebound seniors. A strong, vibrant faith is proven to:

  • Lessen the risk of developing depression and anxiety
  • Reduce hospital stays by more than 50%
  • Extend life expectancy by seven years or more
  • Assist in lowering the risk of high blood pressure by up to 40%
  • Create healthier life choices like exercising
  • Provide more social interaction

Our Business Model

The elder care that Christian Companion Senior Care provides is guided by our faith and love for God. Our devotion can be comforting for many seniors and the support we offer can enable them to stay in their home for longer. Seniors will enjoy a more active and healthy lifestyle, while providing their families with a sense of security that their loved one is happy and safe. Our senior care will have a positive impact on those you love.

Romans 12:2

" And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God. "