Our Senior Home Care Services
One of the most important aspects of providing quality senior home care is understanding your loved one's needs. Our senior caregivers spend a lot of time working with both you and your parent to get to know them and understand their lifestyle, needs and how they see themselves in the future.
Our senior home care providers come from all walks of life, but they have one thing in common - they are all loving, caring and compassionate. They will help your loved one with day-to-day activities like mowing the lawn, shoveling the snow, taking them shopping, going to the movies or the doctor, cleaning, cooking or even just changing the light bulb. They are available to your parent whenever and however suits them. This can be for a couple of hours a week, an entire day, or even overnight.
If you are wondering about what makes our senior caregivers qualified to provide your loved one with senior home care, you will be pleased to know that a majority of them have come from the helping professions as nurses, teachers, and aides. In doing this work, they are continuing their life long mission to help others and serve as they have always done, even in retirement. Helping you and your loved one is not a burden on them in any way, in fact, it brings meaning into their lives knowing that they are helping someone.
We select our senior caregivers following a careful and rigorous interviewing and background check process. The process has a number of steps and each is there to make sure our caregivers meet our Seniors Helping Seniors standard. We then match our caregivers to your loved one according to a number of factors that we believe could make them very compatible.
The following are senior home care services our caregivers could provide your loved one with:
- Light housekeeping
- Personal grooming and dressing*
- Doctor visits
- Yard work
- Mobility assistance
- House maintenance and small repairs
- Overnight stays (24-hour care)
- Respite care
- Alzheimer's & Dementia care
*not available in all locations
One of the biggest advantages most seniors cite when asked about the benefits of having a caregiver in their own age group is that they feel much more comfortable. Having someone around to help you that knows and truly understands what you are going through is of immeasurable value.
Senior caregivers can also be incredible companions for your loved one. Being of similar ages means that they have lived through similar things and times and will have a lot to talk about. This could have an incredible effect on your loved one's spirits and could help them get through some tough times, particularly if they have recently lost someone very close.
Seniors Helping Seniors provides in home care and senior care services to the following areas of Missouri:
Bel Nor, Bel Ridge, Bella Villa, Bellefontaine, Bellerive, Berkeley, Beverly Hills, Black Jack, Breckenridge Hills, Brentwood, Bridgeton, Burke City, Calverton, Charlack, Clayton, Cottleville, Country Club Hills, Creve Coeur, Crystal Lake Park, Cottleville, Dardenne, Defiance, Dellwood, Earth City, Edmundson, Ferguson, Flor, Flordell Hills,
Florissant, Foristell, Frontenac, Glasgow Village, Glencoe, Glendale, Hanley Hills, Harvester, Hazelwood, Huntleigh, Jennings, Josephville, Kampville, Kirkwood, Ladue, Lake St. Louis, Maplewood, Maryland Heights, Moline Acres, Monsanto, New Melle, Normandy, North County, Northwest Plaza, Northwoods, Oakland, Olivette, Overland, O’Fallon, Orchard Farm, Pagedale, Pasadena Hills, Pasadena Park, Portage des Sioux, Richmond Heights, Riverview, Robertson, Rock Hill, St. Ann, Spanish Lake, St. Louis, St. Charles, St. Peters, University City, Velda Village Hills, Vinita Park, Vitilas Reid, Warson Woods, Woodson Terrace, Weldon Spring, Wentzville, West Alton, and surrounding areas.