Home Care Merrillville IN

We Offer the Following Senior Home Care Services in Merrillville, Indiana

Companion Care Merrillville IN

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Homemaker Services Merrillville IN

Personal Care Merrillville IN

Respite Care Merrillville IN

24 Hour Care and Live In Care Merrillville IN

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Senior Home Care Merrillville IN

Home Care in Merrillville, IN

Home Care for Your Loved One
Everyone wants to entrust their senior loved ones to caregivers who are properly trained, professional and trustworthy. If you are looking for a companion to look after your elderly family members in Merrillville, IN, Home Helpers’ home care providers are more than qualified to provide proper senior care. Our in-home care providers are well trained to effectively and efficiently help our clients with their everyday activities like cooking, bathing and taking medications. With our caregivers, you can be sure that your loved ones are comfortable and properly cared for. We provide a variety of home care services in Merrillville, so whether you just need a day off from taking care of your elderly loved one or you need someone to look after them on a more regular basis, our skilled caregivers can help.

Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
Home Helpers Senior Home Care of Northwestern Indiana is among the best in home care today. We only hire caregivers who are really passionate about their jobs. We make sure all our caregivers are properly trained and have undergone thorough background checks and screenings. Our in-home service providers are very knowledgeable and well trained in CPR and first aid procedures and techniques. Additionally, our home health care workers are equipped with basic knowledge in caring for patients with Alzheimer’s and other forms dementia. You can personally choose a caregiver who is best suited to take care of your loved one in Merrillville from our qualified, professionally trained, trustworthy and compassionate caregivers. We believe that we can only attain the best possible care our client needs when we find a health care provider who has the specific skill set that perfectly matches the needs of every senior client.

Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
We know how much seniors rely on their relatives to take care of them especially during their prime years. Of course, we all want to be there for them while still being able to provide for their needs. We understand how hard it is to stay at home to take care of your loved ones while trying to earn a living. That’s why we are here. Home Helpers Senior Home Care can take care of your aging loved ones in times when you cannot do it yourself. Our home care assistance will ensure the safety, welfare, and companionship of your loved ones even when you’re not there. We provide a variety of programs to best suit the needs of your aging Mom or Dad in Merrillville. Whether you just need it for a day or for a longer period of time, we are here to help.

Our senior home care services are also available in Cedar Lake, Chesterton, Crown Point, Dyer, Granger, Griffith, Highland, La PorteMishawaka, Munster, Saint John, Schererville, Valparaiso, Hebron, Lowell, Portage, Demotte, Elkhart, Hannah, Kouts, La Crosse, New Carlisle, Osceola, Rolling Prairie, South Bend, Union Mills, and Westville.

Senior Home Care in Merrillville IN

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Merrillville Indiana

Merrillville Indiana Map

Merrillville is a town in Ross Township, Lake County, Indiana. The population was 35,246 at the 2010 census. Merrillville is located in the east-central portion of Lake County, in the Chicago metropolitan area. On January 1, 2015, Merrillville became the most populated town in Indiana, as Fishers in Hamilton County was converted from a town to a city.

Merrillville is located in what used to be woodland that belonged to the Potawatomi Indians. In 1834, a clearing was created for ceremonial purposes and was called McGwinn Village. A year later, a white man by the name of Jeremiah Wiggins settled in the place; McGwinn Village thus gave way to Wiggins Point.

Under the name Wiggins Point, the place became a well-known stop for wagon trains heading to Joliet, Illinois along the old Sauk Trail (also called the Sac Trail), which was an old Indian trail. At one time, 16 trails radiated outward from Wiggins Point. In 1838, Wiggins died. Some time afterward, local settlers renamed the place Centerville. Later still, it was renamed Merrillville after the brothers Dudley and William Merrill. Dudley Merrill operated a hotel and store in Centerville, and his son John P. Merrill was a Township Trustee.

Nearby, in the same former hunting grounds of the Potawatomi Indians, other settlements had sprung up. Near Deep River Creek was a settlement named Deep River; near Turkey Creek was another settlement with that creek’s name. Other settlements included Ainsworth, Lottaville, and Rexville. At one time, the post office for the area was named Lottaville.

In 1848, all of these settlements, including Merrillville (that is, the old McGwinn Village) were collected into one and called Ross Township. As time went by, bits and pieces of Ross Township were taken by Hobart and Crown Point when those towns incorporated.

In 1971, the area officially became Merrillville (which now includes the old Merrillville as well as other settlements nearby) and was incorporated as a town under Indiana law. During this time, the majority of the town’s growth was due to white flight from Gary.

In 1993, Merrillville tried to annex unincorporated Winfield Township to get more land. The residents blocked Merrillville by creating the town of Winfield.

Purdue Technology Center at Ameriplex at the Crossroads in Merrillville
In 2009, a pedestrian bridge at Hidden Lake Park collapsed, injuring at least 25 people. The catastrophe occurred around 10 PM after the annual Fourth of July fireworks display, when several dozen people attempted to cross the wood suspension bridge. Police officers stationed at either side of the bridge were unable to stop the advancing parkgoers, and with numerous people jumping up and down the 30-year-old bridge collapsed, sending somewhere around 50 people into the waters of Hidden Lake.

The Morgan-Skinner-Boyd Homestead and John Wood Old Mill are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.