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St. Louis’ Premier Home Care Company

Welcome to Continuum! We understand that entrusting your loved one to a home caregiver is a difficult decision, and we hope you can stay a few moments to explore our website and learn why Continuum is consistently the top choice for in-home care and eldercare planning in St. Louis and St. Charles, MO. Care for Life begins here! Call (314) 863-9912 to get started today.

What Makes Us Different?

  • A 5-Person Care Team is assigned to every client in order to ensure proper assessment and oversight, at no additional cost.
  • We use degreed professionals to provide an initial free home consultation, develop a personalized plan of care, and perform frequent client supervisory visits.
  • We guarantee services by having staff on call 24/7 to make sure our clients get the care they need and desire.
  • We have an extensive hiring process using all possible background checks.
  • We thoroughly train our employees and provide specific training based on the individual needs of each client.

From The Continuum Blog

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Live Safely and Independently in the Comfort of Your Home

As we age, our needs change, and since many seniors are opting to spend their later years at home, this means our homes may need to change, too. In fact, 82 percent of older adults would prefer to stay in their homes, even if they need help caring for themselves, according to AARP. Simple modifications (or more complex updates such as wheelchair access, grab bars and new flooring) can easily make your home safer. Here are a few ways to make your home safe and sound: Change out your traditional doorknobs for lever-style […]


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Think Young Thoughts to Feel Younger

What if there was a way you could shift your mindset to an earlier time and your body could follow? In the 1980s, a young social psychologist by the name of Ellen Langer attempted just that scenario. She set up a “time warp” for a small group of late 70-year-olds, taking them back to 1959. These eight men lived in a converted monastery for five days, and everything—from the furniture to the technology to the music playing—screamed 1959. Despite their actual ages, the men were treated like 20-somethings; they discussed movies and political […]


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Is There a Link Between Anxiety Drugs and Alzheimer’s?

According to a study published in 2004, chronic insomnia and related anxiety are more common among the elderly than the general population. Individuals with anxiety and chronic insomnia know what it is like to feel miserable on a daily basis. That is why many people who suffer from these conditions seek help from their doctors who often prescribe sedatives, including drugs known as benzodiazepines (Ativan, Xanax, Valium, and Klonopin). However, more and more research is emerging that indicates that long-term use of these drugs can be dangerous. Doctors and health organizations note that […]


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