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Services We Offer

  • Housekeeping
  • Meal Preparation
  • Window Washing
  • Medication Reminders
  • Hairdresser and Barber
  • Companionship
  • Respite Care
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Our Mission

Agape Quality Care aims to provide high quality client centered affordable home care, and to assist clients with leading dignified, independent lifestyles in the comforts of their own home.

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We are serving the areas of Kansas City, Missouri. - We are serving the areas of Jackson, Cass, Platte and Clay county.

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Contact information

home 406 E. Bannister Rd., Suite C
Kansas City, Missouri 64131
phone Phone: 816-333-CARE (2273)
Fax:     816-361-0041
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home Kansas Address
Visit our new Peculiar office:
216 Highway C
Peculiar, Missouri 64078
phone Phone: 816-779-5000
Fax:     816-779-5001
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home Visit our Overland Park office:
9353 W 110th St.
Building 51, Suite 500
Overland Park, Kansas 66210
phone Office: 913-387-4884
Fax:    816-361-0041
Our new Peculiar, Missouri Location servicing the Greater Cass County area, Southwest Kansas, Johnson County Kansas, Olathe Kansas, Salina Kansas, and Wyandotte Kansas.
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Our Services

Agape Quality Care is always hopeful to meeting every new client and tailor-fitting our home care services to match each of your specific needs.

If you decide to go with our services, one of our consultants will meet with you and your loved one at your convenience. If necessary, our Registered Nurse will assess and continually supervise your loved ones’ care. We will discuss your loved one’s needs, service plans that suit you and your options on payment.

We offer dependable services for Activities of Daily Living that include:

  • Errands
  • Fall Prevention
  • Feeding
  • Hairdressing & Barbering
  • Indoor or Outdoor Recreation
  • Meal Preparation
  • Nutritional Attention
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Walking Supervision
  • Respite Care
  • Sincere Companionship
  • Shopping & Groceries

We perform quality medical supervision that include:

  • Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
  • Medication Reminders
  • Medication Setup
  • Respite Care

We also provide a good selection of non-medical/ domestic services with well-trained staff including:

  • Bed Making
  • Homemaking
  • Dish Washing
  • Dusting
  • Ironing
  • Linen Changing
  • Laundry
  • Oven Cleaning
  • Picking Up The Mail & Newspaper
  • Safety and Welfare Checks
  • Sweeping
  • Window Washing
  • Wall Cleaning

If you are in need of CPR, we offer day, evening and weekend classes at $45.00/person. If needed, we are able to travel to your place of business for a group of 5 or more. Classes are sponsored by American Heart Association. Please call for times.

Level One Med Aide
The Level I Medication Aide (LIMA) training program prepares individuals for employment as a LIMA in residential care facilities (RCFs) and assisted living facilities (ALFs).
The program is designed to teach skills in medication administration by the following routes: oral, rectal, vaginal, otic, ophthalmic, nasal, topical, transdermal, buccal, sublingual, aerosol, nebulizer, and oral metered dose inhalers.
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Ways To Pay For Elder Care
1.) Privately paying for long-term care means paying for care out of your own income, investments, savings and assets.

2.) Long-term care insurance will pay for in-home care, assisted living, and nursing home care. This is the most appropriate and needed form of insurance protection available to us today. Long-term care insurance should be termed “lifestyle” insurance (it’s NOT nursing home insurance!). If your vision of your later years includes sitting at home in your own recliner, with your own remote control, watching your own TV…well, you should be planning for that future with long-term care insurance.

3.) Reverse mortgages (Home Equity Conversion Mortgages) have become one of the most popular and accepted way of paying for many different expenses, including the cost of long-term care. Reverse mortgages are designed to keep seniors at home longer. A reverse mortgage can pay for in-home care, home repair, home modification, and any other need a senior may have.

4.) Government assistance should be a last resort when considering how to pay for long-term care. This type of assistance refers to relying on the Medicaid system. Medicaid will pay for long-term care for seniors who cannot afford to pay for care themselves. Keep in mind that Medicaid is an under-funded and over-burdened system, therefore Medicaid resources are limited.

This means that in many areas Medicaid beds in nursing homes are difficult to find. Families may end up driving long distances to visit their loved ones. Traditionally, Medicaid resources for in-home care are extremely limited, which means most seniors who apply for Medicaid end up in a nursing home type setting. The Deficit Reduction Act 2005 makes qualifying for Medicaid even more difficult for most families. Planning ahead is really the only viable option for families today.

5.) VA Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit: The Veterans Administration has established a pension program whereby your purchase of personal care and attendant home services may be paid for through your acquired pension. If you are a Veteran or the surviving spouse of a Veteran who has served at least 90 days or more on active duty with one day beginning or ending during a period of war, and you are in need of assistance at HOME due to your disabilities, you may be eligible for VA’s non-service connected disability pension.

Contact Agape Quality Care at 816-333-CARE (2273) to schedule a free no-obligation assessment to allow us to explain the benefits of our services.

Services will be available 24 hours per day 7 days per week, including all statutory holidays.

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