Caring for People, Not Conditions
The need for compassionate dementia care Creve Coeur MO families can trust is growing, and our in home caregivers can provide the dementia care services you need and so much more. Whether your loved one is living with a chronic condition and needs specialized assistance, such as dementia caregivers, or a family caregiver needs a vacation but wants to ensure her loved one is in expert hands, Compassionate Nursing Services’ St. Louis home care is available for all your specialty care needs. We also offer hospice support services for families who need help with end-of-life care.
We care for individuals with a wide range of care needs, including those with the following conditions:
- Alzheimer’s disease/dementia caregivers
- Multiple sclerosis
- Post-surgical procedures
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Cardiovascular disease
- Immunological diseases
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Genetic disorders
- Mental illness
- Renal disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Visual impairment
Dedicated At Home Care & Highly Trained Caregivers for Your Unique St. Louis Elder Care Needs
Treating a condition is important, but caring for the person is our priority. When you partner with Compassionate Nursing Services, rest assured that you will receive the highest quality care physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our dementia care and specialty care providers are trained to care for individuals with a wide range of special needs, and all of our services are managed by a registered nurse; but it’s the strong bonds that we form with our clients that set our brand of care above the rest.
All our caregivers receive extensive training through the Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed), a nationally renowned training and certification agency for caregiving professionals. While most home care agencies only provide around 10 hours of general training, Compassionate Nursing Services’ caregivers receive over 120 hours of specialized in home senior care training to ensure our caregivers are confident and up-to-date on the best care practices.