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Disease-Specific Care

We cater to all your needs with our Disease-Specific Care solutions

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In addition to assisting many older adults with dementia, Cooperative Home Care provides in-home assistance and care for people of all ages with diseases that affect their ability to function independently in their daily lives.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, commonly called “ALS”, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. As this disease significantly affects one’s ability to function physically we have served many people with this diagnosis. There are so many physical and emotional challenges for the individual who has this diagnosis and their family and friends who care for them. Some ways that we can support them is to share information about resources, starting with the ALS Association. They offer education and resources from a perspective of understanding and compassion. They also have events throughout the year to support their organization and its efforts to help people with ALS through treatment and cure research. There are many local chapters.

Multiple Sclerosis, or “MS”, is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. It is another disease that may significantly affect one’s physical functioning. Our training and understanding of this disease helps us to serve an individual with MS by helping them to do things for themselves as much as possible. Promoting their independence while providing peace of mind that they are completely and safely assisted is reassuring. Visit the National MS Society to find local chapter information and many other resources.

Cooperative Home Care helps many individuals with dementia, and specifically Alzheimer’s disease. If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you may also want to visit our Dementia Care page. The Alzheimer’s Association is a comprehensive resource including information about local chapters, fundraising events, support groups and many other options.

Parkinson’s disease (“PD”) is a chronic and progressive movement disorder, meaning that symptoms continue and worsen over time. Parkinson’s involves the malfunction and death of vital nerve cells in the brain. As PD progresses, the amount of dopamine (a chemical that sends messages to the part of the brain that controls movement and coordination) produced in the brain decreases, leaving a person unable to control movement normally. Find more information about this disease at the American Parkinson’s Disease Association (“APDA”) website.

Cooperative Home Care, Inc. serves many clients with these more common diseases, and we also serve many individuals with less common and even rare diseases. We also assist people who simply need more help as they get older, and/or who can no longer drive but do not want to be confined to their home. Our caregivers are also a great source of companionship for someone who otherwise may be very lonely. In every situation, we are committed to helping our client to live as independently as possible.

Our caregivers, serving your loved one with a disease that affects their ability to function cognitively and/or physically, are resources that can ease everyone’s stress and also promote their highest quality of life.

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See why so many St. Louis families choose Cooperative Home Care

Cooperative Home Care is the only family-owned home care company that says “Yes!” first to any age, funding, amount of care, and service since 1986. Our over-arching message to SERVE ONE MORE applies to our employees, and our clients and their families. We will do everything possible to keep you safe and independent in your own home.

The Benefits of St. Louis Home Care

Enjoy best-in-class service with our quality guarantee

Faithfully serving clients for 38 years

Our reputation with the thousands of happy client's and families we've care for over the years speaks for itself.

We provide any amount of care to accommodate any schedule

Do you need a quick visit, hourly care, or around-the-clock care? No matter your schedule, we've got you covered.

Comprehensive services for any need

Whether you need skilled medical services, therapy, dementia care, companion care, or even pediatric care, we've got it all.

We provide care for all ages

From children to seniors and all ages in between, we provide the support you need.

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We'll work to qualify you for funding to minimize your out-of-pocket cost

We help you qualify for and access all of your existing benefits. Only then, if needed, do you pay out-of-pocket.

Specialized Dementia Care

Our certified dementia practitioners are accredited through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners.

Fast response time

When you need nurses, caregivers, or therapists, we act immediately to provide the support you need.

Compatible caregivers

If you don't love and bond with your caregiver, we'll send a new one.

Get Started With St. Louis Home Care

3 simple steps to independence for seniors and peace of mind for you

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Call (314) 207-3986

Call our office to speak with our friendly staff and get all of your questions answered.

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Schedule a FREE, in-home care assessment

We'll review your care needs, schedule, hobbies, and personality to craft a care plan unique to you.

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Get matched with a compatible caregiver

Thrive at home with a compatible caregiver you love.

Don't wait until it's too late! Call now to schedule a FREE, no-obligation, in-home consultation

After our assessment, we will create a customized, holistic care plan tailored to your needs, schedule, hobbies, and personal choices.

Contact St. Louis Home Care

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Call us at (314) 207-3986, or fill out this simple form to schedule a call.

St. Louis Headquarters

St. Louis Office

1924 Marconi Ave,
St. Louis, MO 63110, USA

(314) 207-3986

Cooperative Home Care Service Locations

Cooperative Home Care proudly services:

Counties: St. Louis, St. Louis County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, St. Clair County, St. Charles County, Lincoln County, and Warren County

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Additional Office Locations

Jefferson County Office

1006 N. Truman Blvd. #A
Crystal City, MO 63019

636-937-9449

St. Charles County Office

Crossroads Business Center
801 S. Woodlawn Avenue, Suite 21
O’Fallon, MO 63366

636-441-7753

Franklin County Office

104 S. McKinley Avenue, Suite D
Union, MO 63084

636-629-5313

Fairview Heights, IL Office

107 Lanaghan Drive
Fairview Heights, IL 62208

(314) 936-4373

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