Senior in-home care in Streamwood, IL, Heavenly Home Care Inc
Are you looking for a senior in-home care agency that provides quality care? Heavenly Home Care Inc is the perfect choice for you. We provide personal care, companion care, and ADL & IADL services that will benefit our customers with more effortless daily living and a better approach to aging.
Our team of experienced caregivers provide personalized care for seniors in the comfort of their own homes.
ADL & IADL Services:
We provide assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, and transportation.
Heavenly Home Care Inc
Heavenly Home Care Inc is a client-oriented senior in-home care agency. We are also providing personal care, companion care, and ADL & IADL services that will benefit our customers with more effortless daily living and a better approach to aging. Because we are a woman-based and family-based company, we understand the meaning of feeling comfortable and safe in your own home environment. Your happiness and safety are our priority. That is why our ADL and IADL is prepared individually and with a lot of compassion and devotion to what means “everybody’s different and has their own needs and requirement.”
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What is senior in-home care?
Senior in-home care can be medical or non-medical support for seniors who want to age in place. Most seniors, almost 90%, want to age at home. And the need for senior in-home care assistants and professionals has multiplied over the past few years. Non-medical home caregivers are mainly concerned with providing custodial care for seniors in need. Custodial care implies ADL or Activities of Daily Living, which means assistance with bathing, dressing, personal care, and other daily routines delivered by non-medical staff.
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Companion care represents the helpful hand when seniors are facing social isolation, cognitive decline, depression, or even obesity. As the Department of Labor recently described, Companion care is the “fellowship” and “protection” for an elderly with an illness, injury, or disability. A companion caregiver helps seniors with ADLs but also offers friendship. Other than ADLs, they additionally help with IADL. Instrumental Daily Activities involve:
- Light housekeeping.
- Medication reminders.
- Driving to appointments and outings.
- All the other activities help the elderly keep their privacy and help them live independently and safely.
Our Services Include But Are Not Limited To The Following!
- Oral Hygiene
- Skin Care
- Medication Reminders
- Exercise and rehab Compliance
- Respite Care
- Homemaker and Companion
- Meal preparation
- Light housekeeping
- Safe transferring
- Errands and shopping
- Escort to appointments
- Other individual needs
What people say about Heavenly?
The Benefits of Companion
Care Companion care for elderly individuals can provide some benefits. It can help reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation, as well as provide emotional support. It can also help reduce stress and anxiety, which can be especially beneficial for those living with chronic health conditions. Additionally, companion care can help to improve physical health, as it encourages elderly individuals to stay active and engaged in activities that can help maintain their physical health.
The Importance of ADL for Elderly Individuals
Activities of Daily Living (ADL) are essential for elderly individuals to maintain their independence and quality of life. ADLs help elderly individuals stay active and engaged in their daily lives, which can help reduce feelings of isolation and depression. Additionally, ADLs can help elderly individuals stay physically and mentally healthy by allowing them to exercise, socialize, and engage in meaningful activities. Furthermore, ADLs can help elderly individuals maintain their physical strength and mobility, reducing the risk of falls and other injuries.
Personal Care VS. Companion Care
Personal Care includes everything that helps with the client’s needs, like Oral Hygiene, Showering, Shaving, Nail Care, Bathing, Dressing, Skin and Hair Care, etc. Our Personal Care Plan also covers incontinence care: Toileting, Incontinence, Bed Changing, and Laundry.
You can see the big difference between Personal Care and Companion Care. The second one mainly addresses the person-to-person touch. In this case, companionship is more like the closest person you can look for to assist you with ADLs and IADLs. Most of our Caregivers suitable for Companion care are carefully trained and prepared to be your’s or your loved one’s best friend and companion. Our Caregivers are dependable, devoted, and dedicated to the satisfaction of our clients.
A caregiver’s job may require a big sacrifice. Especially when you care for a family member, this job may lead to burnout or stress. You may need to take a break. Using a vacation, in this case, is a good idea. This is where respite care can help you give yourself peace of mind knowing that your loved one is safe in the hands of professionals.
Whether you need time for yourself, have an important trip, or need a trial for home care for your loved ones, respite care can be your perfect choice. Talk to our professionals and find out more…
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Your questions answered
A: We provide personal care, companion care, and ADL & IADL services that will benefit our customers with more effortless daily living and a better approach to aging.
A: You can sign up for our services by calling us at +1 224 535 9983 or visiting our website, Facebook Page, LinkedIn or Tweeter.
A: Our services are tailored to meet the individual needs of each client, and our team of experienced and trained caregivers is available 24/7 to ensure that our clients receive the best possible care.
A: Our ADL & IADL services are designed to help seniors with their Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL).