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How to Deal with a Parent or Loved One

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Caregiver Resources

Caregivers serve a very important role in families and in society; they deserve a great deal of respect for the help and assistance they provide to the elderly or their loved ones.


Caring for the elderly or a loved one is very rewarding but can also be challenging and stressful at times for the caregiver.


Whether you are a caregiver for a friend or a parent, and whether you live nearby or you live hundreds of miles away, at times you may find yourself needing support and assistance.


Our sister agency, Western Illinois Managed Home Services specializes in providing support and assistance for caregivers.  If you are in need of extra help or you need someone trustworthy to care for your loved one while you are gone, we can help.  Call us at 1-800-228-5993 and our caring and professional staff can help determine how we can best help.


Below, we have listed several resources to help you with

your important role as a caregiver, as well as,

various other health resources.  


Each link will take you to a website that is not owned or

maintained by Western Illinois Home Health Care.

Caregiver Websites

Services for Seniors in Illinois

Health Information Websites

Since 1981, Western Illinois Home Health Care has been dedicated to caring for families and helping clients remain safely in their own home. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of our clients while providing support, direction, and peace of mind to caregivers and family members.