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Caregiving Services are Listed as Essential in Illinois

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At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Homewatch CareGivers Northshore continues to be devoted to providing the best quality of care and support to our clients and their families across Chicago and the Northshore suburbs. Now more than ever, we recognize the importance of caregiving services.


During these difficult times, our caregivers are on the front lines as essential workers. They continue to work and are more dedicated than ever as they strive to protect our vulnerable seniors. Our office staff maintains constant contact and support with weekly check-ins and ongoing training on the safety precautions and protocols put into place by the CDC. Find out more about how we are training our employees to keep our clients safe during the COVID-19 outbreak with regularly updated information.

We also touch base with all our clients regularly to inquire if they are safe, and all their needs are being met. With the Shelter-in-Place order, it can be extremely easy to become isolated during this very uncertain time. With seniors and those with chronic illnesses being at a higher risk of serious complications with the coronavirus, it is imperative that they remain at home where they are safer and are best protected. Let Homewatch CareGivers help! Our caregivers strive to safely provide the support and companionship that your loved ones need in their homes.

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Be Safe with Warm Regards,

Your Friends at Homewatch CareGivers

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