We get it. You’re the main caregiver and you are in it for the long haul because of love and devotion. However, to do so non-stop without a break will take an emotional and physical toll on you. Allow us to give you the break you deserve so you can recharge your batteries or reconnect with friends.
Hospice is a wonderful program. We can support their endeavors. Many times the family caregiver wants to go back to being a spouse, daughter, or son in order to maximize that relationship during this trying time. Allow us to step in and provide care and support.
Respite care is needed if your loved one lives with you and/or you are the primary caregiver for your loved one.
In times of great illness, you need a team that can take care of all your needs from in-home cancer care in St. Louis, to respite and hospice care.
Timing and organization mean everything and that’s where we come in. We have a full complement of support services for you that takes the pressure off of family caregivers.
Our staff will work with your care team and care plan to provide what you need when you need it. Every care plan is unique to each person and we’re equipped to meet those requirements.
We love Hospice. It’s a valuable service that many would be lost without, but like any service, it has gaps and that’s where we come in. We offer services where hospice leaves off. Your loved one never needs to feel alone. We offer in-home cancer care and other specialized services to accommodate companionship and personal care needs.
When a family member is ill and can’t be left alone, the caregivers closest to them can suffer exhaustion and other mental or emotional issues.
Respite care is an important part of what we do.
Our compassionate in-home helpers are waiting to take over for you for as long as needed.
All Family Care provides caregivers for daily assistance when care matters the most. We work closely with your medical hospice provider, your family, and your loved one. We believe there’s no more privileged work than to ensure love and dignity when time is short.
Caring for an Aging Loved One? We Can Help!
All Family Care is here to help you and your loved one. Whether it’s a spouse or parents, we can provide the care that they need as well as relieve some of the burden on family members who are providing daily support
The demands on family in the 21st Century are growing exponentially. The apprehension that comes with caring for a parent is not only expected, but also normal and inevitable too. From forgetting things to becoming confused or discouraged, we as children know it will happen eventually; no one can avoid being an informal caregiver at some point in their life. It’s what keeps us up late at night—the thought of our parents needing full-time care when they become unable to do so themselves because of dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease.
If you find yourself caring for an aging loved one, you are not alone!
All Family Care can help you by providing:
Let us lend you a hand, and make your life easier. We are here to help! Let’s talk about how we can ensure the highest quality of care for loved ones who depend on their caregivers for everything from bathing and dressing or just companionship.
We provide personalized in-home senior care in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, and Jefferson County Our approach allows you to find the best caregiver match. We would love you and your loved one to be the newest member of our family.
What services do you offer for non-medical home care for cancer patients?
We offer the widest variety of services for non-medical home care for cancer patients.
How does your respite care for hospice patients help?
Respite care can help by providing a caregiver who is qualified to take the place of family, friends and other caregivers for a short period of time. Family caregivers can attend to their own needs and mental, emotional health.
They may stay for hours, days or more depending on how much of a respite is needed.
How can you help a cancer patient at home?
If you or a loved-one needs help around the house, a break from caregiving, or potentially hospice care, talk to their physician or medical team. Respite Care at Home and Companion Care at Home is available to everyone.
Hospice care requires that a medical team is involved. We provide supplemental in-home care when the hospice team is not in the home.
The best way to care for a cancer patient at home is to provide compassionate care. Chemo and radiation therapy can be exhausting and cause side-effects that are unpleasant. Having extra help around the house keeps everyone comfortable and stress-free.