Sometimes all you need in order to keep your elderly Mother, Dad or a relative at home and safe is a watchful eye and a caring hand of a passionate, responsible and competent caregiver.
Top Illinois caregivers (85 percent of whom are CNA’s), specifically trained in fall prevention, Alzheimer’s and Dementia care, as well as watching, monitoring and reporting any signs of client’s health progress or, on another hand, deterioration or worsening of symptoms, are standing by ready to perform many tasks, so your loved ones can stay at home. Each and every case is closely supervised by one of our RN’s and family is updated regularly.
For your peace of mind and well-being and security of your loved ones, call United CareGivers.
Please use the list you see below for your reference. If there is something you need a help with and it’s not in the list, let us know and we will find you a caregiver able to help.
YOU name it, WE do it!
✓Meal preparation & serving
✓Daily living assistance
✓Shopping & Concierge services
✓Driving to meetings
✓Accompanying to theater, movies and other events
✓Setting up appointments
✓Making & answering phone calls
✓Supervising other helpers, like housecleaners, gardeners, etc.
✓Cleaning up after meals
Socializing & entertainment
✓Watching TV together
✓Providing a listening ear
✓Engaging in arts and crafts
Nursing Home/ Assisted Living Care
Individual care provided where a client needs it, it might not necessarily be at a client’s home. United CareGivers can improve the quality of care given in a long-term care facility by providing personal care and companionship that may be lacking.
Providing dignified end-of-life care while working with hospice nurses to ensure quality and compassionate services.
We provide non-medical care as needed in the recovery of surgery, hospitalization or illness. This can range from a few hours a day to continuous in-home care.
Daily assistance (come-and-go) for those able to live alone but are in need of just a little extra help to stay independent.
24-hour care (live-in) for those who require close monitoring. It provides individuals the ability to safely remain in the comfort of their own home.
Respite care is popular for obvious reasons. Even though many families take great joy in providing care to their loved ones so that they can remain at home, the physical, emotional and financial consequences for the family caregiver can be overwhelming without some support, such as respite. Respite provides the much needed temporary break from the often exhausting challenges faced by the family caregiver. Utilize our caregiver as helping hands where the primary caregiver never leaves the premises but may simply be getting a break so that they can cook dinner or pay the bills.