Meet Our Comfort Keepers Caregivers
Our team of in home caregivers are uniquely qualified and ready to help in Cape Girardeau, MO
Every member of our team is professional and well trained. We conduct a thorough screening and interviewing process to identify the best in home caregivers, and only those who pass this process go on to complete training to deliver our special brand of home care. What truly sets our people apart, though, is their natural gift for caring for others.
All Comfort Keepers caregivers pass extensive background checks and complete continuing education. They are bonded, insured and covered by workers' compensation insurance to protect our clients and their families. Our background investigations include, but are not limited to, Federal e-verify, DMV driving records, since we provide transportation, Missouri & Federal Court Records, Child/Elder Abuse reports, felonies and misdemeanors. We have all of our staff bonded against theft and provide workman's comp insurance in the event they would get hurt providing in home care services. This way, the client is not liable for the employee's medical bills. This is a BIG plus using Comfort Keepers as most homeowner's insurance policies do NOT cover injuries for a paid employee. We also provide general and professional liability insurance with non-owner auto insurance coverage for transportation services.
Our in home caregivers provide the industry-leading care the Comfort Keepers brand is known for both locally and nationally. Meet our team below, and contact us anytime to learn more at (573) 208-4188.
President/Owner/Missouri Designated Manager/State Approved Assessor. 1982 - 1985 Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Comfort Keepers is a locally owned, international franchise and I personally got involved with Comfort Keepers because of care needs that became apparent in my personal life. My grandfather suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and ultimately succumbed to the disease. Afterwards, my grandmother came to live with me and my family and I took care of her for the next 10 years. She was hard of hearing and eventually had breathing issues and dementia. As her primary caregiver, managing a household, two small children, work and a husband, I would have benefited greatly from respite care or someone who could simply have “given me a hand” in the care of my grandmother. Especially transportation and companionship. She would have qualified for the Veterans Aide and Attendance Benefits for a surviving spouse too. So there would have been no out of pocket expenses.