VISITING ANGELS FARMINGTON/CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO 573-664-1722
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Home Care in Perry County

Serving Iron, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Perry, and Cape Girardeau Counties and Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels FARMINGTON/CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
1276 W Liberty St
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 573-664-1722
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Home Care in Perry County

Aging at Home in Perry County, MO

When a senior decides to age in place, their family tends to support their decision. While families are often supportive, they still worry. There are various challenges a senior can come across while aging at home alone. Seniors experience both mental and physical changes as they grow older. Those changes can make everyday tasks feel like daily challenges.

If you see your aging loved one struggling in their day-to-day life, you may feel obligated to take on the role of the family caregiver. However, you should make sure to do your research and contemplate whether or not becoming your loved one’s caregiver is the best solution. As time goes on, your senior loved one’s needs may become too much for you to manage alone.

Visiting Angels Farmington, MO offers non-medical senior care services for those who are aging in place within Perry County. If you ever find yourself feeling overwhelmed by your caregiver responsibilities, you can always reach out to Visiting Angels for support. You can also choose to work with Visiting Angels Farmington, MO from the get-go. Visiting Angels offers various types of helpful care services.

Personalized Home Care for Perry County Residents

Rather than having your senior loved one travel to a care facility, you can have a professional caregiver visit your loved one’s home to provide the needed assistance. We do everything we can to help our clients age in place comfortably and safely. To provide our clients with the care they need, we create a personalized care plan for each client.

We understand that every person has unique needs and challenges. With our personalized approach to senior care, families can rest assured knowing that their aging loved ones’ needs will be addressed by their care plan. We learn about the needs of each client and create a plan of care based on the information we gather. Also, know that a Visiting Angels caregiver will treat your elderly loved one with the utmost respect and compassion while attending to their needs.

Visiting Angels Farmington, MO offers several non-medical senior care services. Our living assistance services include:

  • Personal Home Care
  • Alzheimer’s Care
  • Dementia Care
  • Respite Care
  • Elderly Companion Care
  • Certified Palliative Care
  • And much more

Our professional caregivers are reliable, trustworthy, and compassionate. Whether your senior loved one needs assistance for a few hours a day or around the clock 24/7, our caregivers will do their best to provide the needed support.

Getting Started with Visiting Angels Farmington, MO

To begin, you can schedule an initial meeting with Visiting Angels Farmington, MO. One of our service coordinators will visit your elderly loved one’s home for the first consultation. We will use the first meeting to learn about your loved one. We will gather information regarding your loved one’s challenges, needs, and so on. We will use the information to develop a plan of care for your loved one. Additionally, we will match your loved one with a compatible caregiver.

If you are ready to schedule an initial meeting, or if you want to learn more about our senior home care services, contact us today.

Serving Iron, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Perry, and Cape Girardeau Counties and Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels FARMINGTON/CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
1276 W Liberty St
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 573-664-1722

Serving Iron, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Perry, and Cape Girardeau Counties and Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels FARMINGTON/CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO
1276 W Liberty St
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 573-664-1722
CDC Updates
Get the latest information on COVID-19 from the Department of Health