In-home care assistance can help those who want to remain in their own homes even if they need additional care through their daily activities. This might happen because of medical conditions or just age. In many cases, people wind up doing better when they can stay in surroundings that are familiar with them, being among people who love them. In-home care services provide a number of services, not limited to but including the following:
The elderly and seniors have increased risks of injury as they get older. Having an in-home caregiver to assist them with their daily activities is helpful in enhancing their quality of life.
When a caregiver works closely with the broader care team, they can perform many daily tasks that a person might have used to do on their own. This way, the person can stay in their home, enjoying time with friends and family in an environment that is safe and clean.
We understand that living with Parkinson's disease can be difficult, both for the patient and the family. As a chronic, neurodegenerative disease it can be emotionally difficult to handle.
At Home Care Assistance, our philosophy is based on a “family first” approach to the way we treat and serve our clients.
Alzheimer's is something that impacts every patient differently. An in-home caregiver can work alongside both a family and a care team to improve the quality of life for the patient in question.
Some patients only really need some companionship. However, others might need personal care assistance and light housekeeping in order to live better.
Dementia is very similar to Alzheimer’s. It can steal away a person’s memories and their very lives. Caregivers are very highly trained professionals that work closely with the care team and the family to ensure quality care for the Dementia patient.
The very word strikes fear into the hearts who hear it. Many patients diagnosed with a form of cancer make the assumption that they're going to die from it. It's not always the case, but any patient battling cancer might need assistance, either temporarily or in the long-term. A good caregiver can help a patient with daily activities, companionship, and transportation.
Caregivers should be trained and ready to work well with a patient's care team so that they can offer extended care to anyone who needs it. A lot of cancer patients might need additional care or services during or after radiation treatment or chemotherapy. Extended care services aren't always required though. A lot of cancer patients recover fully, eventually able to resume their normal life following treatment. Caregivers can step in to provide the needed services which bridge any gaps between medical care and any in-home services that make sure a patient is cared for well during treatment.
When someone has suffered a major medical event like a stroke, they may not be able to carry out important daily tasks. That's why we provide patients with essential care in the comfort of their own homes. Our in-home caregivers have plenty of experience and can do a lot to assist people that are recovering from strokes.
We work with patients to ensure that their care needs are met. Our caregivers are knowledgeable, caring, and professional. You can count on them to go above and beyond for the sake of their patients. They can drive patients to doctors appointments, help patients with basic hygiene, and provide other types of care as well.
We offer high quality, personalized care where seniors most prefer: at home.
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Our caregivers are all highly trained professionals who go the extra mile to ensure that their clients and the client’s families are all treated well during any situation. Not all clients require personalized care, but when they do, the personalized care that a caregiver can give will give them a higher quality of life and help them to transition through the various phases of their particular medical condition. Caregivers are able to manage the various tasks to ensure that these families are all well cared for regardless of the diagnosis and the services that are needed by any particular client in St. Peters, MO.
Caregiving for your loved ones in the comfort of their own home in St. Peters Missouri
Seniors deserve to receive the care that they need at all times and to live comfortably. A majority of seniors would prefer receiving care while continuing to live at home rather than living in an uncomfortable and unknown facility where they don’t feel at home. Our aim is to ensure that our seniors can stay comfortable in their homes that they have most likely lived in for many years while receiving the supportive services and care that they need around the clock. We provide services that are designed to make seniors’ lives a lot easier and more comfortable.
Instead of having to move to a facility, we go to our clients homes – those seniors who need care. We provide various different care options, which include 24-hour care and hourly care for those who need it most. There are some seniors who might be slightly independent but still need some help around the house while there are other seniors who are completely depending on needing help from a caretaker due to a medical condition that they have. We only hire properly trained, skilled professionals to care for seniors since we know they deserve the very best.
We in fact even provide care management services that includes family support as well. We look forward to staying in contact with family members of our seniors so they can be kept informed and current on everything that is occurring with their loved one. Another thing we take very seriously is quality assurance since we want our seniors to be able to form close bonds with their caretakers and feel comfortable while the skilled professional is providing them with care.
Elderly and Senior Care
We offer services for seniors specifically. Our goal is to ensure that our seniors don’t struggle. They are able to receive assistance with different tasks, whether they need to have someone who can provide them with specialized services according to their medical condition, take them to their appointments, keep their house clean, remind them to take their medications, or prepare their food. Learn More
Some of the seniors that we care for have Alzheimer’s. We provide specialized services that help seniors who have Alzheimer’s. We have patient caregivers who know how to work with those seniors who might not remember a lot of the details of their lives or be able to remember their loved ones’ faces. It is a really awful disease for any family to have to endure. However, are caregivers can help to improve the circumstances for everyone that is involved. We work to make sure seniors can stay in their homes where they are able to feel calm and ensure the person doesn’t wander away from the house or become injured at home.
Each case has one caretaker who is assigned so that the senior receiving care will have the chance to get to know the individual who is providing their care. Instead of feeling uncomfortable, they can begin to build a companionship and bond with each other.
There might not be a cure for the condition, but there are beneficial services for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Our caretakers provide our seniors with an array of services, which include support group activities, physical therapy, and speech therapy. Learn More
We want to ensure that are seniors still are getting out and are involved in various activities, even when they have been diagnosed with dementia. We want to do whatever we can in order to improve our seniors’ way of life. Learn More
It is tough on everybody when a cancer diagnosis is received. We would like our seniors to know we are fully prepared to do whatever we can to reduce the amount of stress that they have and that we are there for them, whether they need assistance with making their meals, maintaining their hygiene, getting dressed, or taking baths. We hope we can bring some joy into their lives during this very difficult and challenging time in their life. Learn More
Our stroke caregivers understand how difficult and uncomfortable it is to go through something as traumatic as a stroke. While you are recovering from such a major medical issue, you deserve to have the best care possible. Our caregivers provide numerous services to ensure patients feel at ease. Some of these different services include running errands, taking patients to all their appointments, preparing meals throughout the day, and even assisting with personal care.
If you know you are no longer able to do the things you once did on your own due to the stroke, you should reach out to us today. Our caregivers are kind, caring, and highly-educated individuals with the skills and training needed to assist you when you need it the most. Learn More
About Our Caregivers
We select our caregivers carefully to ensure we hire only the best individuals for the job. We not only expect that all of our caretakers have the right credentials and educational background for the caretaker role, but we expect as well for them to have huge hearts, patience, a great sense of humor, and be confident in their abilities. We believe that it is very important to hire the right people, and that it is the best way to make sure that all seniors have the best possible experience. Serving St. Peters MO. Learn More
Home Care Assistance is ready to help you and your family. Contact us today for a complimentary in-home consultation.