Homecare for Your Loved One
We understand that you only want the best for your aging loved ones, especially when they are already limited in performing day to day activities or if they have some health issues. It is really difficult to be far from them but at the same time, most people don’t want to put their old parents in senior homes if they can help it. That is why there are home care services in Plainfield that provide in-home care for your elderly loved ones. Here at Home Helpers, our caregivers are not just adept at providing senior care but we are also compassionate, trustworthy and passionate about what we do.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
Home health care is an exceptionally efficient way for you to provide the proper assistance, health and senior care for your loved one. Home Helpers Home Care of Dupage Suburbs secures the services of the most qualified and well-trained caregivers in Plainfield. We believe that for workers to be effective in their jobs, they have to love what they are doing. We can assure you that our caregivers are passionate about their work so you are not only entrusting your loved ones to trained personnel, they are also genuinely caring and compassionate.
All our caregivers are trained to be very observant and attentive to the needs of our clients. All our home care providers have undergone a thorough and rigorous background check and investigations to ensure the safety and security of our clients. They are also bonded and have undergone state-of-the-art training procedures so they are well equipped to handle various situations.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
We take pride in pairing each senior with the right caregiver. We believe that perfectly matching the personality and needs of your loved one to our health care providers will result in the best care possible. We are meticulous when it comes to giving our elders the best emotional care, as we are precise in providing them with the physical health care they might need. And while you can be sure that all our caregivers are qualified, we take the pairing process seriously by thoroughly reviewing the qualifications of home helpers and find one who is best suited to your loved one’s needs.
We encourage you to personally participate in choosing a home care provider from our team. We can assure you that whoever you choose to look after your loved one is perfectly capable and qualified for the job. Our senior care staff takes pride in providing only the best elderly care to the senior community of Plainfield. We would be glad to assist you in any possible way we can. If you have any question or query, please feel free to contact us at our contact numbers or drop by our office anytime at your convenience.
Downtown Plainfield is a vibrant, pedestrian-focused destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. The dramatic streetscape enhancement and road reconstruction, completed in 2009, created raised intersections, mid-block pedestrian crossings, and wide sidewalks to establish a comfortable environment for pedestrians to shop and enjoy the backdrop of many of the beautifully restored historic buildings. The expanded sidewalks provide room for restaurants to offer al fresco outdoor dining. Decorative signage and extensive landscaping complement the historic architecture and contribute to Downtown Plainfield’s distinctive sense of place.
The area was called Walkers’ Grove until it was platted as Plainfield in 1841. It was originally settled by a large community of Potawatomi, and the land was later bequeathed to the United States as part of the Treaty of St. Louis (1816) with the Council of the Three Fires. Indian Boundary Road aligns with the western border of the tract of land originally ceded.
The earliest Europeans in the area were French fur traders. The first European settler in the area was James Walker, who traveled with his father-in-law, Methodist Reverend Jessie Walker traveled here in 1826 where he established a small mission for the Potawatomi Indians. James Walker, Jesse Walker’s son-in-law, traveled with him and became the first European to claim land in the area in 1828.
In 1828, James Walker, in the company of several men, erected a sawmill around which the settlement of Walkers’ Grove developed.
Plainfield is identified as the oldest community in Will County because the earliest settlement of Walkers’ Grove was established on the banks of the DuPage River by 1828. However, the actual Village of Plainfield was platted immediately north of Walkers’ Grove in 1834 by Chester Ingersoll. The separate community of East Plainfield was platted in June 1836 by James Mathers who began selling lots in July 1836. In addition, he also constructed a gristmill and a mill race west of Water Street. Water Street would later become Plainfield-Naperville Road. Ingersoll’s Planefield (Plainfield) which comprised lots in Section 16, along with Mather’s East Plainfield lots in Section 10 and Levi Arnold’s plat of Section 9 all became joined to create the present-day village after the death of Levi Arnolds in 1845.
Walkers’ Grove flourished because of the DuPage River and established routes to Fort Dearborn in Chicago, as well as to Ottawa. Reuben Flagg hauled lumber from Walker’s mill to Chicago in order to erect the first two frame structures in the city (P.F.W. Peck House and the George Dole Forwarding House). Chicago also depended upon the settlement for mail and supplies.
On August 28, 1990, the Plainfield Tornado, an F5 tornado, went through the Village and parts of Crest Hill and Joliet, killing 29 people and injuring hundreds. A population explosion started to take form at the end of the 20th century after the tornado. This made way for a large number of new home subdivisions. Before the population boom, Plainfield was primarily an agricultural town.