12 & 24 Hour Care
The 12-hour is our most popular shift. Schedule a temporary night shift as your loved one returns home after a hospital stay. Schedule an ongoing day shift if continuous help is needed. Combine your night and day shifts for complete 24-hour care. 12-hour shifts can also be "as needed" when the primary caregiver is unavailable.
We have Certified Dementia Practitioners, consistent Alzheimer's trainings, and Crisis Prevention Intervention workshops. These are specific resources that enable us to provide knowledgeable and compassionate care for your loved one with dementia.
Home After Hospitalization
Going home after a hospital stay is exciting but scary. We provide both Medicare and Private Services, so we can meet your medical and general care needs. You can also stop and start services at any time. Achieve affordability, rehab goals and peace of mind with one company.
Nursing and Therapies
After a sudden health decline or qualifying hospital stay, Medicare home health can help. These short-term nursing and therapy services help you regain strength and independence. Add caregiver services as needed for safety through your recovery. Cooperative offers both types of services for affordable, seamless care that flexes with your needs.
What Sets us Apart
Your Most Affordable Option
We accept every type of home care funding. We qualify our clients for all existing funding sources, before self-pay. Never pay more than needed for home care.
We Can Meet All Your Healthcare Needs
We provide Medicare and Private Services. We can help with your skilled medical needs, and your daily living activities. One provider means seamless communication and service delivery.
We Have the Right Caregivers, As Soon As You Need Them
We understand your urgency. We employ hundreds of caregivers, enabling us to make your right caregiver match(es) quickly.
How Do I Pay?
At Cooperative Home Care, we work very hard to find access to any type of funding source before you pay out-of-pocket. We accept Any Funding. This means government funding (Medicare, MO Medicaid and VA), insurance (health, long-term care and worker’s compensation), reduced fee programs and self-pay. When you call our Intake Nurse, we are more prepared than other home care companies to help your aging parent with their home care needs.
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