Call Us 24/7 847.603.2367

Protect & Prevent: It Starts at Home

Protect & Prevent: It Starts at Home Blog Image

Homewatch CareGiver’s Northshore, alongside the Home Care Association of America, understands the gravity of the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize that caregivers are essential in keeping the most susceptible safe. Because our senior clients are at a higher risk of complications, experts say that it is imperative that they stay at home in a low-risk environment. Our caregivers are needed to continue supporting clients’ well-being during this time.

In order to Protect and Prevent, we must:

  1. Wash hands frequently
  2. Disinfect surfaces routinely
  3. Check clients for fever/symptoms daily
  4. Maintain a safe distance always
  5. Check-in regularly

Visit us for more information on how we are continuing to provide are to seniors with our coronavirus prepared caregivers.

More Posts Like This
  • Elders Fighting Depression While Sheltering-At-Home

    As Shelter-in-Place orders continues in Illinois, restrictions on communities in Northbrook and other Northshore suburbs remain in place in order to help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to protect those most vulnerable.

    Read More
  • Caregiving Services are Listed as Essential in Illinois

    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.

    Read More
  • 7 Ways to Keep Seniors with Osteoporosis Safe

    Seniors in the Northshore and throughout the Chicagoland area living with osteoporosis pose a greater risk for falls. When seniors fall it can be terrifying, but it can be especially scary for elderly women with osteoporosis. This condition causes bones to become brittle, weak and easily breakable. Falls for seniors with osteoporosis can lead to a hospitalization and possibly a need for in-home care after discharge.

    Read More