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The caregiver that comes to assist my dad is good. She helps him with his personnel needs, gets him up and walking, helps with meals, his medication and is a good companion. I am happy with Shalom Love Care and I would recommend it.... Read more
Shalom Love Care in Chicago, Illinois is one of senior living communities in the area. To find the right community for your needs and budget, connect with one of A Place For Mom’s local senior living advisors for free, expert advice.
Aging gracefully at home is an art of caring with a touch of team work between you and your care providers. Our care team providers encourage the possibilities of empowering and helping you reach your goal of aging gracefully in your own home. Our agency is owned and operated by a therapist, we...
Our Home Companions, Personal Care Aides and 24-Hour Live-in Assistants are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We also provide the security and confidence of 24-hour Telephone Assistance, so fast, reliable help is always available when it's needed.
Caring Companions has been providing caregiver services since 1985. We provide services 24 hours a day, seven day a week. All of our staff are thoroughly screened and insured. We can help to evaluate home care needs for those individuals/families who may not know what level of services to...
The caregiver that comes to assist my dad is good. She helps him with his personnel needs, gets him up and walking, helps with meals, his medication and is a good companion. I am happy with Shalom Love Care and I would recommend it.
To reach Shalom Love Care call: (224) 601-8400
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