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About Us2020-12-28T17:48:04-05:00

Kindness. Knowledge. Trustworthiness.

Caring Professionals is built around these three principles. You’ll notice our difference as soon as you sit down with one of our caregivers. Our Customized Care Planning Process provides the right amount of daily assistance for any need level, and we carefully select our caregivers to best match your loved one’s personality and situation.

We wouldn’t hire anyone that we wouldn’t invite into our own home—in fact, we did just that when our own parents started needing more daily care! Tell us more about your needs! We can’t wait to learn how we can help.

Companion Care

The Company

Caring Professionals, LLC makes clients and their needs the primary focus. We respect the individuals we serve and set an environment of trust and openness. Caring Professionals, LLC maintains social, ethical and organizational norms and firmly adhere to codes of conduct while assisting clients with daily living activities.

Respite Care

The Caregiving Team

Our caregivers are the backbone of our business. Not only does each staff member complete the scrutiny of our hiring process, they meet to exceed the compassion, drive and skill that our clients expect. We are proud of everyone that puts on the Caring Professionals, LLC uniform and represents our company. We love our staff!!!


Is the agency bonded and insured?2020-11-02T15:12:36-05:00

Hiring a bonded caregiver protects your loved one against losses or damages.

What is the hourly cost of care?2020-11-02T15:12:54-05:00

With Caring Professionals, you will know your total upfront costs and will receive no surprise charges throughout the process.

What is the hiring process for staff? Are the staff W-2 employees of the agency?2020-11-02T15:13:24-05:00

W-2 employees are protected by the Fair Labor Standards Acts, such as OSHA and Workers’ Compensation. If an aide is not a W-2 employee, and represents themselves as independent contractors, it becomes your responsibility, if you hire them, to be sure that the person truly is an independent contractor and is therefore paying their own taxes. If the aide does not meet the legal criteria as an independent contractor and has not met his or her tax obligations, this responsibility falls to you–the employer. Potential private employers should seek the advice of a labor lawyer to assure appropriate hiring practices with respect to federal tax laws.

Before a decision is made, will I meet the potential caregiver, and will that caregiver be provided on a consistent basis?2020-11-02T15:14:05-05:00

At Caring Professionals, we will only send workers to your home that we would trust to take care of our own family. In fact, we prefer to schedule a face-to-face meeting to discuss your care needs before you ever hire us.

What is the communication process between family and agency?2020-11-02T15:14:30-05:00

Good communication is the first step toward a good relationship. We schedule regular times to meet, review the care plan and ensure we are meeting all of your expectations. Changes in care needs are to be expected so if there are added responsibilities or changes, these need to be discussed. It is important to make expectations clear so your aide can meet those expectations.

Does the agency have the staffing to provide 24-hour care if necessary?2020-11-02T15:14:59-05:00

It’s not the case with every agency, but Caring Professionals can accommodate 24-hour care, 7 days a week. We provide you with a dedicated, consistent team of caregivers. Given the COVID-19 environment, we feel it is highly important to have the same staff members in your home, rather than having a “revolving door” of caregivers.

What services are provided?2020-11-02T15:15:23-05:00

Making sure an agency fits all of your needs is one of the most important initial questions to ask. If you have an aging or disabled loved one, you realize all too well how seemingly simple daily activities can become overwhelming. Our staff is here to offer private duty care services to help your loved one age in place. Caring Professionals offers help with getting dressed, grooming and hygiene, medication reminders, meal preparation, light housekeeping, shopping and errands and bathing. We understand that it can be hard to invite someone new into your home, which is why we offer plans that are 100% customizable to your needs and can change as your needs change.

Does the agency provide a free in-home assessment?2020-11-02T15:15:50-05:00

Beginning all services with a free, in-home assessment is imperative to understanding your needs. An assessment should identify all support services essential to living comfortably at home.

Will the agency be available after hours? Is there an on-call contact or is the on-call service an answering service? Is there a clinical person available on-call?2020-11-02T15:16:44-05:00

We provide a case manager for on-call as well as the availability of a Nurse Practitioner.

Who do you contact if there is a problem or concern with care?2020-11-02T15:17:33-05:00

We provide a case manager for on-call as well as the availability of a Nurse Practitioner.

Experts at Navigating the Application Process

Experts at Navigating the Application Process

Meet Our Management Team

We know you have a lot of questions about elderly home care, and our team of dedicated professionals are here to offer answers and suggestions for any concerns you have.

Joe Kuda, Co-Founder

Joe Kuda,

Born and raised in St. Louis, (Dubourg High School) Joe obtained a Bachelor Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Evansville. Joe spent the first 10 years of his professional career in the pharmaceutical/Biotech world as a top sales representative. Despite successes, felt there had to be a more full-filling way of helping people, particularly the senior population.

Leaving the Biotech Industry in 1994, Joe founded a Private Duty Agency covering Southwest Michigan and Southwest Florida. After 15 successful years sold the agency in 2009. Moving back to St. Louis and deciding that his passion was still in helping seniors and their families, in 2012, with wife, Pam, Caring Professionals, LLC was born.

Pamela Kuda, APN-BC Co-Founder

Pamela Kuda, APN-BC

Born and raised in St. Louis, (Aquinas High School) Pam obtained a Masters Degree in Nursing from the University of Missouri in 2002, subsequently obtaining Board Certification as an Adult Nurse Practitioner. Pam’s experience encompassed working/managing the operating room at Barnes Hospital (Kingshighway), and working on The Trauma Team.

Pam’s passion for patient care and operating room experience led her to focusing on wound care, specifically chronic wounds. Recognized as Nurse Practitioner of the year in 2012 by St. Louis Magazine and having experienced the chronic wound care environment since 2005, Pam felt that there was an underserved population, the homebound chronic wound patient. With husband/co-founder, Joe, Caring Professionals, LLC started in July 2012.


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“What a relief having a company that hires dependable employees and is always available if needed. Highly Recommend!”

- Linda B.

“We have had Caring Professionals taking care of family 24/7 for almost 5 years. The owners are passionate about their company and this shows through their employees and care givers.”

- Barb Guidici

“Bonnie and the team at Caring Professionals are the absolute best. They went above and beyond to accommodate our needs. They are understanding and genuinely care about their clients.”

- Chris B.

“All heroes don’t wear capes. The quality of care, and lifesaving skills provided are second to none.”

- Joe Terrell

“The best!!!”

- Jennifer Johnson
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