Home Care through Palos
To request home care or learn more about Palos Health's Home Health Care services, call us at 630-257-1111. We’re available 24/7 to residents of Cook, Will, Kendall and DuPage counties.
If you or your loved one experience a serious health issue, choose Palos Health's Home Health Care program for services you might otherwise receive in a hospital or extended-care facility. You can also rely on us for ongoing follow-up medical attention after leaving Palos or another hospital. With our help, you or your family member may be able to return home earlier than expected.
Comprehensive Home Care Services
When you begin home care, a dedicated nurse case manager works with your family, physician and current caregivers to develop a personalized plan that provides the home care services you need most. You or a loved one can get access to:
- Pain management
- Diabetes education - learn how to prevent complications of the disease and stay as healthy as possible
- Hospice care - improves quality of life while experiencing a terminal illness
- Nutrition services - advice on eating well
- Palliative and supportive care - complements medical treatment by providing comfort physically, emotionally and spiritually
- Private duty care - assists with bathing, grooming, dressing, light housework, meal preparation and other everyday tasks
- Rehabilitation and therapy - builds skills used in moving your body, speaking and fulfilling daily responsibilities
- Wound care - treats bedsores (pressure ulcers), diabetic foot wounds and more
Both you and your loved one experiencing Alzheimer’s disease discover how to manage symptoms with guidance from specially trained registered nurses, who consult with expert physicians when needed. Contact us to learn more about services that assist you in caring for an aging parent or relative.
As you recover from heart surgery or experience heart failure, lung disease or kidney failure, you can take your vital signs daily at home using our simple health monitoring devices. Our technology records your blood pressure, oxygen level and other clinical data, and then transmits the information to specially trained nurses. Medical professionals review the information to determine when you might need treatment that could prevent health problems.
Insurance Covers Home Care
Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance plans cover home care for beneficiaries who meet certain criteria. Review your plan or call your insurance company to learn what your coverage involves or call us at 630-257-1111 and we can verify your insurance coverage. When you begin home care, we’ll help you determine what your financial responsibility might include.