Home Care allows seniors to live independently in their own homes while receiving care and assistance. Caregivers are not medical professionals but are able to help with everyday activities like dressing, cooking, or running errands.
They can also provide companionship or assist with personal care. Some of our most popular services are assistance with morning and evening routines.
We offer a wide range of services and tailor them to each client’s individual needs, schedule, and budget. With an in-home assessment, we can help you figure out which services would work best for you and your family.
- Assist with morning and wake-up
- Make beds
- Provide medication reminders
- Dust furniture
- Arrange appointments
- Pet care
- Assist with reading
- Organize mail
- Transportation (in client’s vehicle)
- Plan, prepare, and clean up meals
- Assist with bathing, dressing, and grooming
- Assist with laundry and ironing
- Take out garbage
- Dementia care
- Change linens
Pediatric Home CarePediatric services can help with clinical and non-clinical tasks to manage your child's needs in the comfort of their own home. Our nurses can help with tracheostomies, feeding tubes, ventilators, medication administration, and more. Our caregivers can help with your child's personal care like bathing, grooming, and dressing. We can also assist with household tasks like laundry and cooking, and provide respite care. This service is paid for by Missouri Medicaid and managed Medicaid plans.
Private Duty ServicesIf you don't qualify for Medicaid, we offer our caregiving services through private-pay or long-term care insurance. We offer a variety of services depending on what kinds of assistance you may need. Our common services include personal care assistance, companionship, and light housekeeping.
VA ServicesVA services are available for qualifying veterans. We can provide personal care and respite services in this program.You can qualify for this program by getting a referral from your VA doctor. The only requirement is for the veteran to have a need for ADL (assistance of daily living). For example, to need help with dressing, grooming, or other daily activities. These services are covered by veteran benefits.
Consumer Directed Services (CDS)With CDS, a family member or friend could serve as a senior's caregiver and be paid by Missouri Medicaid.To qualify for CDS, a person needs to have an active Medicaid number and need help with personal care tasks. They must also be able to train, direct, and employ their own caregiver - with help from us!
Home Care with Haven
At Haven, we provide support for older adults, people with disabilities, and children with special needs. Our services are highly customized to each of our clients’ needs and they can include companionship, household tasks and errands, or even medical tasks like medication administration, or feeding tube and tracheostomy care.
We are owned and operated by clinicians who have experience in home care. Our goal is always to improve the quality of life for our clients and our families.
Paying For Home Care
Senior care can get expensive quickly.
Home care allows seniors to stay in a familiar environment and can also adjust to their individual needs, schedule, and budget.
Our Home Health Services
For people that need skilled nursing or therapy, home health is a great option to allow them to stay home while receiving skilled care.
If you’ve recently had a major medical procedure, or if you’re having trouble keeping up with daily activities, home health can help you meet your goals and stay independent.
Don’t see the services you are looking for? Give us a call today and speak with one of our Care Management Experts to learn more! We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have so that you can get the exact help that you need.