Home Care Services


You are putting your trust in us, and we understand that.

Whether you need respite care, support after a hospital stay, or ongoing care for a loved one with an illness or chronic condition, we have a care solution for you. We work with you to understand your needs then develop a personalized plan with just the right level of care.

We know that you are your loved ones may feel anxious or reluctant about reaching out. Understanding your options will help you make an informed decision. Call and chat with a care manager today.

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Our Services

Companionship Care


Medicine Reminders


Reading & Letter Writing

Light Housekeeping

Laundry & Folding Clothing

Meal Planning and Preparation

Errands & Grocery Shopping

LEAP Program: encouraging outings/activities/home bound hobbies

Personal care:

Assistance with walking, exercise,

Ambulation and Transfers



Grooming, Oral, Nail & Hair Care

Nutrition & Feeding

Toileting and Incontinence Care



Our Personal Assistants & Caregivers

We interview and thoroughly screen every care professional before they can become a Caring Companions employee. Only the best meet our standards.

Caring Companions not only verifies skills, training, and references, we also look for people who are caring and bring joy to their work every day.


Your Safety is our top priority

  • DMV record review

  • 90 Minute interview, including competency testing,

  • Multiple professional reference checks

  • Proof of current CPR certification

  • Scenario-based assessments, and in-person screening

  • Federal and county courthouse records going back 7 years

  • Multi-State Criminal Database going back 7 years

  • National Sex Offender Registry screen

  • Social Security trace

  • Registered drug testing with expanded opiate screening


Quality and Transparency

Our mission is to help older adults stay well so they can live in their own homes for as long as they choose. Our promise is to connect you with the best care professionals who provide a superior quality of home care that’s safe and secure.



You can monitor arrival times, departure times, and daily tasks through the Family Room.



We continuously review feedback from clients to improve the quality of our care.


     We’ve got you covered. We are insured for general liability, theft, and auto—just in case.


Always informed. Always in touch.


Any special conditions?
Food preferences?

Caring companions keeps your Caregiver informed so they can provide great care, exactly the way you like it. You and your Caregiver can stay in touch about every step of your Care Plan, including visits, tasks, and goals in our Family Room.


Average Care Rates

2018: In Springfield, Missouri Companionship care averaged to cost $20.00 per hour and Personal Care averaged to cost $21.00 per hour. (see cost of long term care tool)

Our Care Rates

Caring Companions believes in transparent pricing. We understand the need to budget, plan, and compare!

Pricing Includes: Care Management, Home Safety Assessment, Personalized Care Plan, an Extensive Background Check of all Caregivers, On-going Training, Caregivers who are Bonded and Insured (no risk/liability for senior), 24/7 access to local owners, use of “Family Room”, and a wide variety of services and special programs that will be tailored to fit your needs. Offering Discounted Rates for Respite Care in Springfield, MO and Surrounding Areas


As a Social Worker, I have always strongly believed in person-centered care, so that is the philosophy of Caring Companions. Person-centered care is a focus on our client’s emotional needs and care preferences, consistent with their lifestyle. For example, a caregiver using a traditional approach might come in and prepare meals for someone who can no longer perform the various and potentially dangerous tasks in a kitchen—from cutting foods to handling hot pans on a stovetop. With the person-centered approach, the first step is finding out if this person used to enjoy cooking for themselves, what their favorite foods are, and where they prefer to eat in their house; their abilities to participate in making a meal can be determined from there. In other words, the caregiver is getting to know the person and not just their limitations due to illness or age.
Perhaps the client can be driven to the grocery store and select the foods they prefer, or they can talk someone through the making of a favorite meal so that both people are participating in the process. This focuses on what this person is currently able to do, not on what they are unable to do. For people who have long enjoyed cooking, this can contribute to a boost in their self-esteem. The simple act of making a meal becomes an engaging, enriching, and empowering experience for the client, rather than a reminder of what they can’t do for themselves.This approach creates the opportunity for a two-way street in the relationship as well. The caregiver is not just giving care to someone, but also learning from him or her. The dynamic shifts and allows both people to have a meaningful and even joyful experience as they learn together.
— Samantha Troutman, Co-founder & Care Manager