Residents of Oneida County have a new option for in-home, non-medical care services.
Noble Companion, a newly opened personal care provider based in Rome, is dedicated to assisting seniors and those with disabilities with activities of daily living and routines.
From the company: “Maintaining independence is a challenge for seniors, as many daily activities become more difficult to manage on their own. During the COVID-19 pandemic, these activities became even more difficult as businesses were forced to close and opportunities for socialization vanished. For concerned families, Noble Companion offers reassurance that their loved ones can receive the care and support needed to lead a happy independent life.”
Rome native Christopher Palinski, president and CEO, stated, “I’m thrilled to launch this business in my hometown. Helping seniors and people with disabilities stay in their home offers so many benefits to their mental, physical, and emotional well-being.”
Noble Companion offers non-medical home care services to seniors and those with disabilities. Their services include, but not limited to; meal preparation, light housekeeping, shopping, running errands and transportation, medication reminders, laundry, companionship, and social engagement.
Palinski added, “Having a dedicated caregiver not only supports a healthy routine for our clients, it also allows caregivers and clients to form a strong bond, creating an unparalleled level of confidence and comfort for you and your loved one.”
Noble Companion serves all of Oneida County. For more information, call 315-530-1100 or go online to NobleCompanion.com.