Specialized and Advanced Care at Home 

Specialized Live-In Home Care in Chicago, North Shore and Western Suburbs

We provide older adults with quality senior care that enables them to live happier, healthier lives at home no matter what issues they are facing. Our elder home care services are distinguished by the caliber of our caregivers, the responsiveness of our staff and our expertise in live-in home care.

Elder Home Care Experience
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Post-Stroke and Cardiovascular Conditions
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Cancer
  • Hospice Care
Home Care Assistance provides elder home care all throughout the Chicago area, including the Gold Coast, Glenview, River North, Wilmette, Oak Brook, Lincoln Park and surrounding suburbs. 

Assistance at Any Stage of Parkinson’s

When Parkinson’s disease robs individuals of their ability to control their movements, Home Care Assistance can make life easier at home. As symptoms progress, our caregivers can help extend the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s—while also providing respite for the family.

Even in advanced stages, our clients with Parkinson’s are able to continue living in the familiar environment of home with our live-in and hourly home care options. Access to favorite foods, pets, belongings and neighbors brings a sense of connection that makes their lives more enjoyable. 

If your loved one is in need of specialized senior care, trust the expert caregivers at Home Care Assistance. Contact us today to learn more about our senior care options. 
Senior Care in Wilmette, IL


When it comes to end-of-life care, a little support can make all the 
difference. Once loved ones reach the stage where curative treatment is no longer possible, a Home Care Assistance caregiver can help. We complement the services of hospice organizations as well as home health companies to provide continuous, one-to-one care wherever it’s needed: inpatient hospice facilities, hospitals, assisted living centers, skilled nursing centers and at home. Our skilled caregivers promote quality of life and dignity in dying while simultaneously bringing peace of mind and respite to your family.

We focus on enhancing the quality of life by keeping your loved one as comfortable, alert and functional as possible. Our goal is to provide peace, comfort and dignity. Our around-the-clock care helps address the special needs of those nearing the end of life in many ways including:
  • Serving as an emotional support system
  • Mediating depression
  • Preventing a sense of abandonment with one-to-one companionship and support 
  • Offering respite for family members
To learn more about our hospice senior care, contact one of our caregivers today.
Senior Care in Lincoln Park, IL
Extensive Training & Ongoing Education for Senior Care

Not all caregivers are equipped to care for clients with Parkinson’s or post-stroke conditions. At Home Care Assistance of Greater Chicago, we require all caregivers to complete extensive training on proper elder home care techniques through our Home Care Assistance University. 

With a thorough understanding of both mental and physical symptoms of various conditions including ALS, multiple sclerosis and cancer recovery, our caregivers can effectively assist older adults with day-to-day needs including bathing, grooming, dressing, therapeutic exercises and more. Our compassionate caregivers also are trained in hospice and palliative care wherever you need it. 
When Your Loved One is Fighting Cancer 

During hospital treatment or home recovery, Home Care Assistance makes life easier for people fighting cancer. We offer a wide range of skilled caregivers available immediately. Caregiving at home provides assistance and rest and improves attitude for oncology patients. Our trained caregivers prepare meals, do light housework, help with bathing, dressing and personal hygiene, give medication reminders, provide companionship, help with exercising and provide transportation to and from doctors’ appointments or treatments. Caregivers may help promote recovery by reducing stress, fatigue and depression.

After surgery or during chemotherapy or radiation treatments, our caregivers also will monitor and keep your loved one company, run errands or summon the charge nurse in an emergency. They also enable you or your other family members to go home and rest, knowing your loved one will never have to be alone.
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