Personalized In-Home Care
More Than Just Help Around the House
In-home care can offer a full complement of care services, including companionship and medication reminders, light housekeeping and laundry, meal planning and preparation, help with shopping and other errands, and transportation.
As people grow older, they often need help with day-to-day tasks like grooming and bathing, eating and toileting, and other basic activities. In-home care offers assistance with these tasks and can help with mobility around the home and provide care for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Home care can also offer care for those preparing for or recovering from surgery. Depending on the needs of the individual, in-home care can provide services on a live-in or respite basis.
- Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
- Parkinson’s Care
- Companion Care
- Personal Care
- Transitional Care
- Chronic Disease Care
- Surgery Assistance
In addition to helping with bathing, toileting, dressing and eating, the caregiver can provide companionship and medication reminders. They can also drive individuals to appointments, grocery shopping, take out the garbage, laundry, and light housekeeping. All of these activities are necessary for someone to live independently.
Yes, home care is non-medical. This means that caregivers will help with the activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, toileting, and dressing. Home health deals with medical issues, such as wood care, medication administration, and more. Home care is not paid for by Medicare; Home health is covered by Medicare
Agency caregivers are experienced, trained and insured. They have received at least 8 hours of training as required by the state of Illinois. If an accident occurs the agency or caregiver will be responsible for damages. Additionally, if you hire an agency the agency will find a replacement if your caregiver gets sick or goes on vacation