Become a Lone Star Companion
If you have a genuine concern about helping people and have high moral standards and integrity, you possess key characteristics that are essential to being a Lone Star Companion.
- Must Pass Criminal background check and drug test
- Must be a team player and be able to accept constructive criticism
- Must be a problem solver
A Lone Star Companion does more than just prepare lunch, dust the furniture, or help a client get ready for the day. These are important, of course, but the goal of Lone Star Companions is to find ways to actively engage clients and enhance their life. This may include cooking a favorite recipe together, reminiscing over old photos, visiting friends, attending community events, or taking a walk together.
Other characteristics of a Lone Star Companion:
- good communicator