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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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Tips for Traveling with a Person with Alzheimer’s

Having Alzheimer’s should not mean that a person must miss out on vacations and travel. However, for Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers, travel presents many challenges that must be prepared for in advance. First, it is important to decide whether or not travel is feasible. For those who are unsure if their loved one can handle long travel, taking a “staycation” in a local hotel and eating out may be a good test. If you do plan a longer trip, arrange for special accommodations such as wheelchairs in the airport and early boarding for […]

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What is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

The difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is confusing for many people. Often, it is assumed that they are just two different words for the same condition. However, that’s not quite the case. In short, Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia, but not all dementia is Alzheimer’s. But does making a distinction between the two even matter? Yes and no, according to Paula Spencer Scott, author of Surviving Alzheimer’s: Practical Tips and Soul-Saving Wisdom for Caregivers, in a Huffington Post article. Recently, the diagnostic term “dementia” officially changed to “major neurocognitive disorder,” which […]

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Immunizations for Elderly Adults by Age and Condition

During the hot dog days of summer with everyone spending time outside in the sunshine, it can be easy to forget that fall and flu season are right around the corner. August is National Immunization Month, a good time to promote vaccines and remind family, friends, and coworkers to stay up to date on their shots. Wondering what vaccinations are recommended and when for elderly adults? Check out this chart to find out, courtesy the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2014 Recommended Immunizations for […]