Senior Home Care Services
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
24 Hour Home Care
In-Home Care for Your Loved One
Home Helpers Home Care in Lake Zurich can make life easier for you and your family by providing you with a compassionate and friendly caregiver to care for your elderly loved one. Our home care providers will assist your aging Mom and Dad so they can live life like they always have at the comfort of their own home. Our in-home care workers will gladly assist your senior relative with his or her day to day activities, like taking a bath, cooking meals, morning and afternoon
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
Home Helpers of Barrington has an excellent reputation for providing our clients with compassionate and friendly home health care, senior care and elder care. We believe that only people who are passionate about their work can efficiently take care of our seniors in Lake Zurich. All our caregivers are professionally trained and well qualified to perform home care assistance. Even though the services we offer are generally non-medical in nature, all are caregivers are well trained in first aid techniques and CPR procedures. We also provide healthcare workers with basic training about Alzheimer’s and dementia care so they are well-equipped to handle any delicate situation. More than their skills and knowledge, our caregivers are very trustworthy and empathetic by nature. We also make it a point to take into consideration the specific needs and health condition of each and every patient. Finally, all our caregivers are bonded for added security to our clients.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
We know how much you want to give your aging loved one in Lake Zurich the comfortable life they deserve. Sometimes all they really need is to stay in their own home with someone to give them a little help with their daily errands. We understand that although you want to be with your senior parent as much as possible, there are times you can’t be there. And that is why we are here.
We can help you in taking good care of your senior loved ones. Whether you just need a day off or a 24/7 companionship for them, we will make sure to provide you with the most suitable provider. If you have any question or inquiry regarding the services we offer, please do not hesitate to call us today.
We provide senior home care services in Barrington, Lake Bluff, Libertyville, Lincolnshire, Buffalo Grove, Vernon Hills, Mundelein, Wauconda, Fox River Grove, Hawthorn Woods, Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Wheeling, Inverness, Carpentersville, Kildeer, Cary, Lake Zurich, Deer Park, Prospect Heights, Grayslake, and Long Grove, Illinois.
Lake Zurich is a village in Lake County, Illinois, United States, a northwest suburb of Chicago. The population was 19,631 at the 2010 census. The village is named after a water body named Lake Zurich which is completely located in the village.
In 2015, a personal finance website, NerdWallet.com, rated Lake Zurich number one in Illinois for young families. In 2006, Lake Zurich was named by Frommer’s as one of the top hundred "Best Places to Raise Your Family" and by U.S. News as one of the "Top Twenty-five Affordable Places to Live in the Country". In 2013, Lake Zurich achieved national recognition when Sandra Bullock’s character in Gravity name-dropped the village as her character’s hometown.
The area of Lake Zurich was first settled by European descendants in the 1830s. Two early pioneers were George Ela, after whom the Ela township is named, and Seth Paine, who established a number of commercial ventures in the town. New England farmers moved to the area in the 1830s and 1840s, and German immigrants began to move to the area from the middle of the century. The lake now known as Lake Zurich was once named Cedar Lake in the 19th century. The village of Lake Zurich was incorporated on September 29, 1896. It remained primarily a farming community; although the village was connected to the railroad in 1910, the line was closed ten years later. However, the arrival of the highway system with Rand Road (U.S. Route 12) in 1922 and Half Day Road (Illinois Route 22) in 1927 established Lake Zurich as a convenient summer resort. The now-defunct Palatine, Lake Zurich, and Wauconda Railroad also served the community. Housing development began in the 1950s, with the population expanding throughout the latter part of the 20th century.