Home Care and Support Services for Yourself or Your Loved Ones

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The vast majority of today’s healthcare consumers and especially seniors want to stay in their home as they age, but sometimes independence needs a helping hand. That’s where in-home care and support services come in.

Happier and More Confident at Home

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It makes perfect sense that you or your aging loved ones, most likely your parents would rather remain in familiar surroundings than move to assisted living or a skilled nursing facility. Home is where the heart thrives - and family connects!

We are here for this familiar story and countless others.

Mom knows where everything is in her home. Friends and family are nearby. But sometimes worry can set in about her safety, whether she is eating right (or at all), or whether she is taking her medications on time. Mom is not getting around as well as she used to either. 

Nothing says love like giving Mom the boost she needs to be independent, age on her terms, and be safe and healthy.

This is where Interim HealthCare of Peoria, IL can help.

Help for Aging Loved Ones

Interim HealthCare of Peoria, IL

Interim HealthCare’s home care and support services fill the gaps in whatever way each family needs. We provide care services throughout Peoria, IL. Our paraprofessionals and clinicians are local, too – trained, skilled, competent, and personable.

So what’s the difference between home care and support services?

Home care typically addresses activities of daily living, or ADLs, that are essential for independent living. This includes:

  • Bathing and Showering
  • Dressing
  • Eating
  • Toileting and Continence
  • Transferring and Mobility (Standing, Sitting, Getting In and Out of Bed or the Car)

Support services take care further, providing assistance with tasks such as:

  • Light Housework
  • Laundry
  • Shopping
  • Companionship
  • Activities That Reinforce a Positive, Affirming Approach to Care
  • Transportation to Appointments and for Errands
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Scheduling Appointments
  • Medication Reminders
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Dad has a pet? Even more reason Dad wants to remain at home. Our caregiving team members can help with pet care. We also provide human companionship and conversation, so your loved one won't feel isolated or lonely if you aren't there with them.

Our HomeLife Enrichment® standard of care considers the whole person – mind, body, spirit, and family – and we use those four pillars as the foundation for every senior's home care plan. This comprehensive approach to senior care is what makes Interim HealthCare unique.

Specialized Home Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Interim HealthCare of Peoria, IL

Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, a progressive medical condition that erodes memory, thinking, and problem-solving abilities and can dramatically alter behavior in later stages.

Interim HealthCare of Peoria, IL, offers advanced, customized care for Alzheimer's and Dementia patients that blends home care and support services with activities such as sensory programs to help create a safe, calming environment.

Help for Family Caregivers

Interim HealthCare of Peoria, IL

Spouses and adult children are usually the first to step in and help their loved one with certain tasks. You do it from the heart, but it can wear you down. In-home care provides priceless respite for caregivers – for a couple of hours, for a day, or long enough for you and your own family to take some time away. Whether you need time to get your chores done, or simply some much-needed rest to recharge your inner strength, we’re here to help with respite care.

In-home care can provide long-term respite, too, by regularly taking over the care and light household tasks so you can devote yourself to spending quality time with your parents.

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Home Care Services Include:

  • 24/7 Support Available
  • Family Access to Care Notes
  • Complimentary In-Home Assessment
  • Home Life Enrichment
  • Certified Dementia Practitioner
  • Meal Prep and Light Chores
  • Help Bathing and Grooming
  • Medication Reminders
  • Transportation to appointments and for errands
  • Companionship
  • Activities that reinforce a positive, affirming approach to care

How can we help?