Senior Companionship

Senior Companionship


Senior Companionship

Senior Companionship

Inevitably as we age we must adjust to a changing social live. Whether through a move or death, we find that friends and loved ones may not be present in our lives. In addition we no longer go to work or to regular social events. Our lives to become simplified but with that we can find that we are lonely. What we desire is contact with those who understand us and share similar interests. We long for the companionship of that person who will share a story and listen to our stories, a person who looks forward to visiting and to doing things together. A senior companion. The providers of Seniors Helping Seniors of NH have a heart for helping seniors and know that this is truly a way “to give and to receive.” If you or someone you love desire or would benefit by a visit from a friend, Seniors Helping Seniors of NH will match a provider based not only on availability but also on interests, hobbies, and experiences from a rich and rewarding life. Seniors Helping Seniors of NH truly understands “the power of love.”

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Seniors Helping Seniors is a private duty, licensed senior home care company. With over 70 senior caregivers, we are proud to be a leading provider of non-medical senior care home care services in southern New Hampshire. Our senior care specialists provide in-home care, elder care, respite care, senior personal care including showering and bathing, elderly care and companion care services. With our senior home care services, elderly adults can continue to live independently–where seniors want to live–in their own home.

Seniors Helping Seniors in-home senior care is an exceptional program of caring and care. It is refreshingly unique, matching seniors who want to help with seniors who are looking for help. The strength and compassion that is born out of these relationships shows us that it doesn’t matter who is the helper and who is being helped. The respect, understanding and assistance in these relationships are two-way. Because, quite simply, those who give and those who receive learn from each other. And each grows just a little more every day.

Our senior care givers go through a 6-8 week process of vetting and training. We look for just the right heart in every potential care giver–if they don’t meet our heart standards, we don’t hire them. Once we find the right heart, we get to know their personality, interests and skills and “type” them in our database. All this, before we even start the lengthy training process!

When we are privileged to be invited to your home to visit with you, we get to know you personally, too. We want to find just the right fit for your personality and your needs. If we don’t have someone that matches your personality and needs, we won’t take the assignment. We would rather turn down the business than have you less than thrilled with our company.


“Extraordinary senior care comes from the love and devotion of another senior. Only a senior knows a senior.”Judy Loubier, Seniors Helping Seniors

Judy Loubier

Executive Director, Seniors Helping Seniors®

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“Caring For Seniors” with Judy Loubier


Judy Loubier, Caring For Seniors Radio Program, Girard at Large, WLMW

Listen to “Caring For Seniors” with Judy Loubier, Wednesday Mornings, on the Girard at Large radio program, WLMW
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The following radio broadcast (playing now) of the “Caring For Seniors” radio program gives a good introduction of Seniors Helping Seniors. Judy Loubier has a strong clinical background and is widely respected in medical circles in NH, but it is her heart that compels most people to call Seniors Helping Seniors.


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