Our Services

We provide many senior care services. Contact us online or call us today at (636) 493-9058 to learn more about our St. Peters long term care services and the surrounding communities we serve.

Visiting Care Giving Services provides a variety of senior care services, because no one solution fits every individual. From medical care to personal care; from companionship to respite care; we offer the level of care needed.

In-Home Health Services

For those chronically ill patients needing long-term, continuous health care services, our skilled nursing professionals will provide the medical care they need to allow them to remain at home as long as possible.

Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

These illnesses require specialized services. Many believe that facilities specializing in memory care is the only option. We have staff trained in the specific needs of these patients, so that they can remain in their home and be safe and secure.

Companion Care Services

Most individuals enjoy companionship, whether it be socializing, playing games, or just having someone to talk to. We offer companion care that can include personal care, meal planning and prep, light housekeeping, errands, and transporting them to appointments.

Respite and Long-Term Care Assessment

For those individuals who care for their loved ones, we provide staff to give them a break to go on vacation, take care of their own tasks, or simply relax and de-stress. We also conduct evaluations on the patients to determine their healthcare needs and if remaining at home is no longer an option.

The physical and emotional demands of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period can leave many new moms (and dads) exhausted and depleted. We provide the reassurance, knowledgeable support and extra pair of helping hands new moms and dads need.

School Nursing Services

We contract with local school districts who need nurses in their schools. They provide care for the general student population, as well as those students who are medically fragile and have special needs.

We serve as a case manager for the patient, gathering information from several sources to determine the level of care required. These include members of their support team, like doctors, hospitals, nurses, caregivers, family, and any others who are responsible for providing care to the client.