In-Home Care Services in Naperville

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Home care is about family. When your loved one needs elderly care, you need to know they will be safe. As our more than 30 years of experience shows, Homewatch CareGivers offers quality in-home care for the elderly and people of all ages to give you the peace of mind you need – relieving your stress and preserving your loved one’s dignity. We offer flexible hours, scheduling, and availability to best meet your needs.

With over 30 years of experience, we care for the whole person, not just their condition. Call (800) 777-9770 today to learn more.
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Our Approach to Care Five Simple but
Transformative Principles

  • Learn and Grow Together

    Loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia can continue to take pleasure in their favorite activities and meaningfully contribute to others in their lives and communities. One way is through sharing skills with others. A woman in our care, Ruth, 90, taught her caregiver how to crochet. Now they bond over their shared hobby and sense of accomplishment.

  • Maintain Simple Pleasures

    Doing the things your loved one has always done—no matter how mundane—can be key to their happiness. Changes in physical ability might prevent them from performing activities the way they used to, but by adjusting your approach—how you execute and talk about these activities—your loved one can maintain a sense of independence, accomplishment, and dignity.

  • Embrace Spontaneity

    When caring for loved ones, we tend to rely on routines with the intention of creating a reassuring, predictable environment for those with physical or mental limitations. But too much insistence on routine, especially when it is not the routine chosen by the individual receiving care, can create boredom and a sense of dependence. Flexibility can bring spontaneity and excitement back into both of your lives. For example, offer choices, invite a friend over for a brief visit, walk a new route or suggest a new game to play together.

  • Keep a ‘Can Do’ Attitude

    Focus your interactions and activities around your loved one’s strengths and abilities, rather than their limitations or insecurities. Talk about your loved one’s aspirations, goals, or experiences they want to have and find creative ways to make them happen. For example, when Henry fell ill last winter, he was unable to maintain his usual, busy social schedule. Staying in his apartment made him anxious and lonely, so his caregiver found a coffee shop nearby where they could go sit all day, read the paper, and chat with people.

  • Tune In

    Truly listen to—or observe—your loved one for signs that they are feeling lonely or helpless. We may not easily come to the solution as caregivers, so it’s essential to understand what your loved one really wants and needs. For example, most of us might readily avoid the prospect of taking on more responsibility. However, for John, a teen living with autism, helping around the house made him feel more independent and capable.

About Homewatch CareGivers

Our mission is to provide superior quality home care services which preserve dignity, independence and safety for our clients.

At Homewatch CareGivers, we are about sustaining and maintaining your loved one’s quality of life in their home while keeping them safe and comfortable. There are many reasons and times in life when someone might need help with daily activities—perhaps a family caregiver needs to get out of the house and a professional caregiver can come in and provide a few hours of respite care; a woman on bedrest may need an extra pair of hands around the house until her delivery date; an adult child may have relocated to another city and can't help their elder parent with tasks around the house; a degenerative disease such as dementia may affect one’s ability to complete activities of daily living. That’s where we come in. Homewatch CareGivers provides an array of affordable & flexible home care services customized to your needs.

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What Is Home Care?

Home care is about sustaining and maintaining your loved one’s quality of life in their home – keeping them safe and comfortable.
  • Personal Grooming Like Bathing or Getting Dressed
  • Helping a Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia by Grounding and Orienting Them
  • Medication Reminders
  • Moving Around. Getting in and out of the Bed or Shower
  • Errands Like Grocery Shopping and Picking up Prescriptions
  • Keeping Them Safe and Comfortable

Common Questions

  • ? How is home health care different than home care?
    Home healthcare is skilled care provided by medical professionals to help someone get healthy while at home. It comes after a doctor’s visit or a hospital stay. Home care is about sustaining and maintaining your loved one’s quality of life in their home – keeping them safe and comfortable.
  • ? How does home care work with home healthcare?
    We both have the same goal of keeping your loved one in their home, and we work together to make that happen. For example, a home healthcare agency can change your loved one’s therapy if it’s not working, while an in-home caregiver is there to encourage them to accomplish those therapies and to watch for problems and let the therapist know.
  • ? Why should I choose Homewatch CareGivers?
    The ability to perform daily tasks and partake in easy delights can allow a person to feel—and even be—independent and capable. At Homewatch CareGivers, we believe that by reconnecting with meaningful care we can combat the isolation our clients feel and restore fulfillment. This is done through engaging, enriching, and empowering care provided by specially trained caregivers.
Give our friendly experts a call at (331) 214-3272 to answer any other questions you may have!

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  • Getting Started We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    When you find yourself in need of our home care services, reach out to our team to discuss your unique needs. Whether you need short-term or long-term assistance, we can find the right care solution for you and your family’s situation.

  • Evaluating Our Care & Your Needs We come to you and create a custom plan.

    The in-home caregiving team builds the care plan based upon the client and family’s needs and wants; the hours and days requested will be accommodated to meet your specific scheduling needs. We can even provide extra help with meal planning and preparation.

  • Partnering in Care We provide weekly progress and listen to feedback.

    Providing relief for you and your family is our top priority; the last thing those with a myriad of responsibilities needs is to shoulder a care situation alone without the support of a caregiving team.

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  • A Culture of Care We pride ourselves on delivering senior care services reaching above and beyond our client’s expectations.
  • A Gratifying Career Continued educational growth opportunities are available through our Homewatch CareGivers University.
  • Fulfillment Through Flexibility Due to the 24/7/365 nature of our business, we are able to accommodate many types of schedules.
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