We work with Long Term Care Insurance

Northern Illinois Home Care works with a number of different insurance companies to provide care for those that have long term health insurance.

Long term care insurance typically reimburse policy holders on a daily basic (up to a set rate) to pay or help pay for assistance.  This assistance includes, bathing, food preparation, medication reminders, dressing/undressing and more.   You can adjust the policy for the amount of care you anticipate.  

The cost depends on the following:

  • Participants age
  • ​the maximum pay out per day
  • ​the maximum amount of years that the policy will pay out
  • Medical History of the participant


*the maximum amount per day times the of days determines the lifetime maximum the policy will pay to the policy holder.

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Experienced caregivers providing the best care 

  • Companion Care
  • ​Home Care

Living at Home

Providing care so your loved one can stay in the comfort of their own home.

As little as 2 hours at a time or as much as 24 hours around the clock care.

Insurance and Benefits   

  • Department of Veteran's Affairs
  • Long term care Insurance
  • Accept major credit cards

Northern Illinois Home Care

We work with the Department of Veteran's Affairs

 Northern Illinois is proud to work with the Department of Veteran's Affairs and other organizations to deliver quality home care services. Below are two programs you may qualify for.

Veterans Aid & Attendance Program

The Veteran's Aid and Attendance (A&A) Pension is a benefit for veterans and their surviving spouses who require the regular attendance of another person to assist with eating, bathing, dressing and undressing and/or toiling.  There are specific qualifying criteria which should be explored; call your local VA office for more information.

Homemaker/Home Health Aid Program

The H/HHA program is offered through local Veteran's Affairs.  Northern Illinois Home Care is a participating care provider in the program which provides in-home care visits for personal care and some assistance with household chores.   A caregiver or CNA typically visits a Veteran in his/her home one to three times per week, usually for three hours per visit.  Veteran's must meet certain eligibility requirements to qualify.  For more information please contact us and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

  • Personal Care