Transition Companion

It is the relationship of being present with one as they approach the end of their life. There is a natural slowing down of the physical and mental systems of the body and this process is different for each physical, emotional, spiritual support, and comfort to the patient, family, and caregivers. Companion care can be provided at a patient’s home, hospitals, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospice houses.

“We transition into this world surrounded by love and deserve to transition out of this world with the same dignity, compassion, and caring”.Transition Companion-ALS-Neurological Disease-Death and Dying-MDA-ELTL