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We are supporting people to remain independent in their own homes through providing non medical care. Independence and companionship provide a sense of self worth, improve self esteem and ensures your loved one doesn’t have to rely on others to complete simple, everyday tasks.

Our team of companions are responsible for making our clients’ lives that little bit brighter through providing consistent and high-quality care and support. They assist others’ loved ones to achieve daily tasks, fulfil personal goals and to live as independently as possible.

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    review rating 5  So lucky to have such great companion care available in Chipping Sodbury. Emma and her team are fantastic - they really do care about the people they're providing support for.

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    review rating 5  Emma and her team first met with mum just after she had lost dad. Emma made sure she matched a companion who had something in common with mum and that she could have a good old chat with. Having our companion has not only given me piece of mind, it’s meant I no longer have to worry about mum relying on me for every single little job she needs doing. A companion means we get more quality time together and mum is much happier.

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    review rating 5  Adorno listen to the needs of the client and make sure they do their very best to deliver a top class service with respect, professionalism and always a smile.

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Please note we do not provide personal care or administer medication.

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Adorno Companions provide professional social support, companionship and assistance for elderly and older people in the South Gloucestershire, Bristol, Yate and Chipping Sodbury area. Our visitors service which also include home help, personal assistants and support workers reaches in Bristol as far as Westbury on Trym, Clifton, St Werburgh’s, Montpelier, St Andrew’s, St Paul’s, Southville, Bedminster and Knowle West

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