6031 County Road 105 Carthage, MO
417 317 4434
Always walking the extra mile!
Who we are
Grace Theios was created as an effort to respond to the great need for a health care provider agency around this land with high standards and true compassion where the individuals served are truly number one priority. It is our conviction that servanthood, attention to details, and true care will be Grace Theios's contribution to this field. To us, our clients’ quality of life is directly related to the professionalism of the staff that serve them. This is perhaps one of the most important elements of home care. This is why our staff are true professionals that have been selected for their natural gift of caring for those in need. This agency is not just offering jobs to the community but is searching for those who have been called to this field and have what it takes to become true professionals with the natural compassion for those whom they serve. We are committed to meeting all of your health needs, and walk the extra mile for you and go above and beyond to ensure you get the best care available.
Grace Theios offers a variety of home health care services all throughout Jasper and Newton county. We offer a variety of personalized care and treatment solutions to patients and work alongside our patients and their families to understand their specific needs. We bring our services directly to your front door so you can enjoy the convenience and comfort of your own home.
At Grace Theios, we offer
professional, reliable 24-Hour Care services to all our clients. Our home care services take all your specific requests and demands into consideration and guarantee personalized attention. Whatever the hour may be, our qualified staff are readily available to cater to your care and medical needs.
House management such as meal preparation, cleaning, organizational skills. Community skill, transportation, shopping for personal care items, food, clothing, navigating the individual’s community settings. Recreational activities such as formal and informal supports, clubs such as Special Olympics, church activities. Behavioral management skills such as utilizing coping strategies, maintaining baseline behavior, teaching, modeling, prompting, and reinforcement of positive behaviors and supervision. Management of symptoms of mental illness. Personal care such as assistance with hygiene, medication administration, toileting, dressing, eating, and drinking.