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In home care and support services
Provided in Cass, Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette and Pettis counties in Missouri
Community Care is a dynamic, person-centered organization dedicated to providing clients with unparalleled Geriatric care management and home care solutions. We consider it a privilege to care for our community members in their private homes, and it is a responsibility we take to heart. Our professionals are acutely aware of the fact that we serve as guests in our customers’ homes, and we honor that trust by demonstrating the utmost respect for personal space and belongings. We also understand that people are unique, and we pride ourselves on individualized approach to “the big picture,” which includes social, emotional and medical circumstances. From day one, through all of the stages of the home care journey, you can depend on Community Care to meet the needs of customers of all ages, while providing assistance, comfort and respite to families.
Community Care’s most valuable asset is, and always will be, our people. Our experienced, professional staff and volunteers represent the best of the best, because that’s what our customers deserve. We employ the most caring, compassionate and capable people across all disciplines of long-term care, and we pay them competitive wages commensurate with their outstanding abilities and attitudes.
Please take a moment to review the features of this website; we hope you find it helpful. However, if you have any questions, comments, or need further information, please contact your nearest Community Care office. We are here to serve you.
Community Care is dedicated to becoming the area’s leader in developing and providing new methods of in-home care and support. Look for the addition of services that will complement our existing in-home options and professional care management services.
National Healthcare Decisions Day 2014
April 16, 2014 will be the seventh annual National Healthcare Decisions Day, a day to encourage everyone to make advance decisions about the healthcare they wish to receive if at some point they are unable to speak for themselves. For more information about this important day of education and engagement (including free forms and valuable tools for thoughtful decision making) visit the Missouri Bar Association website or the National Healthcare Decisions Day website.