We are a Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) company that assist persons with Missouri Medicaid, that meet certain criteria, to be able to remain in their own home as long as possible.
- Skin Care
- Assistance with Mobilization Activities
- Assistance with Exercising
- Restroom Needs
- Eating and Feeding Needs
- Grooming Needs
- Bathing Needs
- Routine Housework (general housework, vacuuming, laundry, floors, changing beds, kitchen cleaning, etc.)
- Planning, Cooking, and Serving Meals
- Shopping and Completing Errands
- Assisting with Mail and Correspondence
Under the Missouri HCBS program, we’re also authorized to provide any of the below listed tasks if so authorized for a client or consumer.
Advanced Personal Care
Registered Nurse Visits
Bishop Home Care is also certified to participate and provide care to individuals who may be in the programs listed below:
Healthy Children and Youth (now known as Managed Care Program)
Consumer Directed Services (CDS)
For those who may or may not have Missouri Medicaid, if you or your spouse is a Veteran and in need of assistance in their home, call Bishop Home Care!
Veteran’s Care (VA Dept) and Veterans Home Care
We work with Veterans and/or the spouses of Veterans every day to help them remain in their homes as long as possible. Bishop Home Care currently has a contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide Home Care services to Veterans and/or the spouse of a Veteran.
We are also contracted with Veteran’s Home Care out of St. Louis, Mo. to provide Home Care services to Veterans and/or the spouse of a Veteran.
Bishop Home Care signs ALL of our clients up for any available area free monthly and/or quarterly food boxes, if available. Our workers will also pick up and deliver the food boxes to the client’s home.
At Bishop Home Care, we can assist clients with understanding how to best meet any Missouri Medicaid monthly spenddown they might have.
At our local office in Caruthersville, Mo., we always have an extensive library of resources. This includes literature on a wide range of diseases, illnesses, health conditions, etc. We even have brochures & booklets on a variety of topics like family issues & concerns, legal & court problems, consumer topics & advice and many, many more subject matters. Of course, these are all free to anyone who’d like them.
We’re especially proud of the books we received from the Missouri Attorney General Office. It’s probably one of the easiest to understand that I’ve ever read and/or seen on the subject of creating ones “Living Will” also known sometimes as an “Advance Directive”. It comes with the actual forms you can fill out and tear the pages out and
Bishop Home Care knows a client isn’t just a client. They are a very special person that belong to part of a bigger family unit. Sometimes that family unit may live nearby and sometimes they may live across the great United States. Either way, we will always do our best to accommodate all members of the family to help them learn anything and everything about their loved ones condition, of course as long as we have their consent to do so. We want to provide all persons with information they can easily read and understand, so they can better understand any changes that their family member may be experiencing, physically or mentally.
We at Bishop Home Care are happy to hand-deliver or send by mail ANY of the brochures, booklets, etc we have here to anyone who calls and requests them. We are happy to provide clients & their loved ones OR just any member of our or a surrounding community who want to stop in and look through all the MANY, MANY pamphlets, books, brochures, booklets, even some DVD’s.
Lastly, Bishop Home Care provides all our new clients and/or consumers a “Welcome Bag” which has the above referenced book from the Missouri Attorney General Office, as well as a few other booklets from his office that are loaded with tons of helpful and very useful information for ALL Missourians.