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St. Louis’ Premier Home Care Company

Welcome to Continuum, St. Louis home care at its best! At Continuum, know that home is a place of comfort and healing, and that when you or a senior loved one requires professional, compassionate care, there’s no place like home to receive that care.

Continuum’s dedicated caregivers strive to help our clients remain safe, healthy, and independent, no matter what their care needs.

Our highly experienced senior care staff serves clients with a variety of needs, including:

We understand that entrusting your loved one to an in-home caregiver is a difficult decision, and we hope you can stay a few moments to explore our website and learn what makes Continuum different from other home care agencies, how we can help older adults stay independent with home technology, and why we are 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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Can a Hospital Stay Cause Delirium or Dementia in Seniors?

Two of the many things that people fear will happen to their loved ones as they age are dementia and delirium. Dementia is the term used for a gradual decline in mental ability and is usually not reversible. Delirium, on the other hand, is usually a temporary state of confusion that can result from an illness or a treatment for illness, including a hospitalization. Illness and treatment don’t cause dementia. Affecting as many as 7 million Americans hospitalized each year, the triggers for developing delirium seem to be related to heavy sedation and […]

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Maintaining Respect for Adults with Alzheimer’s or Other Dementia

Whether a loved one’s dementia sets in gradually, with subtle signs developing over time, or it appears seemingly out of the blue – often after an illness or hospitalization – providing care can at times be difficult and tiring for the caregiver. It is times like these that it may be useful to ask for help from home health aide companies, like Continuum. Caring for a senior loved one with dementia can feel, at times, like caring for a child, and it can be easy to slip into a reversed role of parenting […]