Supporting older people with compassion & meaning

Loneliness is a prevalent issue among older people, and even the fear of loneliness can lead to isolation. It can have a significant impact on their physical and emotional well-being. At Mindful Souls, we understand that aging is a natural part of life and that individuals should not feel isolated and alone as they grow older. We are committed to helping older people combat loneliness and build meaningful connections.

We recognize that aging can come with unique challenges, such as physical limitations, loss of friends and loved ones, and changes in living situations. These challenges can make it difficult for older people to engage in social activities and maintain connections with others, leading to feelings of loneliness and isolation. This can be even harder for physically disabled people, impacting everyday tasks such as shopping, hospital visits, attending church or social gatherings.

Our approach to helping older people is personalized and tailored to the unique needs of each individual. Our compassionate buddies offer personalized support, such as listening in a non-judgmental and confidential environment, spending time with older people, helping with shopping, planning travel, or even learning a new skill. The intent is to make older people feel valued and give them a sense of belonging to the community.

At Mindful Souls, we recognize the contributions that older people have made to society, and they deserve a fulfilling and meaningful life as they age. By working together as partners, we can create a more connected and supportive community for older people, where they can flourish and feel valued.

Our Commitments to You


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Our buddies are extensively trained to listen without judgment and provide a safe, supportive environment.