Providing Holistic Senior In-Home Care for Residents of Skokie, IL
Opens Arms Solutions is proud to offer a variety of in-home care programs for seniors living in Skokie, Illinois. Our team of highly trained caregivers not only provides basic personal care, but also encourages your loved one to live a fulfilling, joyful life. Our goal is to help seniors age in place with dignity and to support our patients’ families throughout the process as well. We offer senior in-home care on an hourly or live-in basis to meet a wide variety of needs.
Our Senior Home Care Programs
We offer holistic care that addresses each patient’s individual needs while promoting purpose and joy. Our care programs are designed to assist seniors with:
- Chronic diseases – Our caregivers can assist with day-to-day tasks that often become difficult as a result of a chronic disease, such as bathing, dressing, medication management, exercise routines, and meal preparation. We can also help patients manage diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), congestive heart failure (CHF), diabetes, cancer, stroke, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
- Alzheimer’s disease and dementia – Our caregivers are trained in a specialized dementia care lab, so they are always equipped with the latest care techniques and safety protocols.
- Parkinson’s disease – As part of the Struthers Parkinson’s Care Network, we utilize specialized training and techniques to provide the safest, most comprehensive care for our patients.
We also offer transitional care for seniors who have recently been discharged from a hospital or skilled rehab facility. This type of care helps reduce their chances of being re-hospitalized and can be scaled up or down as needed.
It’s our priority to provide stellar care for seniors and to supply resources and support to family members in order to make the transition to in-home care as easy and comfortable as possible for everyone involved. To learn more about our senior in-home care for Skokie residents, contact Open Arms Solutions today.