Home Services

Are you recovering from an illness and need some help getting back on your feet? Do you or a loved one want to maintain independence in your home but need a little help to remain there? Our Home Services programs are for anyone in Henry, Stark, and Bureau Counties needing assistance in their home with non-medical activities of daily living.

Tasks Offered

Our fully trained and certified Homecare Assistants can help with a variety of tasks such as:

  • Meal Preparation
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Personal Care and Grooming
  • Transportation for Errands and Essential Shopping
  • Medication Reminder
  • Companionship
  • Supervision

We offer services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and work directly with our clients to set up a schedule that works best for their individual needs. So, whether you need help just a few hours a week, or need more intensive help each day, we are here for you.

Providers

As a contracted provider for the Community Care Program, Respite Services, DoRS and the VA, our homecare assistants go through a thorough background check, complete with fingerprinting and drug testing, and are fully trained and certified according to the Illinois Department of Aging and Illinois Department of Public Health regulations.

More Information

Call 309-852-0492 to schedule services or with any questions. Our office hours are 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.

Testimonials

I couldn't do it without my Homecare Assistant, Lori. Her visits are always welcome. She helps keep me organized. We have a great time getting all my errands done.

Betty Sullivan, Bradford, IL

I was diagnosed with MS in 1987 and dealt with periodic relapses. I was ambulatory until 2004 when my working wife and I decided that my condition progressed to the point where outside help was needed for her sanity and my well-being.

Enter Homemakers. What an amazing organization! I was greeted in the morning by a smiling, cheerful lady who took care of my basic needs. I was kept clean, groomed and fed nourishing meals. My living space was always kept clean, neat and tidy and would merit the approval of "Good Housekeeping" magazine. Through their care and concern, my wife and I live a productive and satisfying existence.

I also attribute the fact that I have made it to this point of my life (78) through the diligence and concern of my Homemakers crew.

These people are my true heroes.

The bottom line is that the Henry County Homemakers is one of our most valuable assets. We are fortunate to have such a caring and compassionate group of people who offer services that allow us people to still live useful and productive lives and just as important, still remain in our homes.

I owe so much to this organization.

With Grateful Appreciation, James Zack
Geneseo, Illinois