Frontenac, Missouri

Senior Age Care of St. Louis

Senior Age Care of St. Louis

(314) 375-5944
Senior Age Care of St. Louis, Elder Care, Health and Beauty, Saint Louis, Missouri

As your parent or loved one gets older, they may be able to live independently, yet require some extra assistance. Hiring a qualified home caregiver is the perfect solution to ensure they have the service and attention they need. The team at Senior Age Care of St. Louis provides area residents with non-medical care for aging citizens.

Locally owned and operated, the company offers elder care to help senior citizens living on their own. They offer both live-in or hourly care and are available 24-7, year-round, so you can have peace of mind that your loved one has dependable supervision should they need any help. Their offerings include non-medical services, such as meal preparation and home care. They also promote activities to stimulate the brain, helping senior citizens stay alert and focused.

Their dedicated team gets to know each patient on a personal level. Once they understand your or your loved one’s needs and unique situation, they create an individualized care plan. The staff also prioritizes continuing their education. They attend regular training to stay up-to-date on current trends and techniques in-home health care.

If you or a loved one enjoy living in the comfort of your own home, but could use a bit of assistance, reach out to the friendly team at Senior Age Care of St. Louis. Call them at (314) 575-5944 or contact them online to schedule a free consultation.

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