Senior care options fall into several categories: home-based, community-based and facility-based. Facility-based includes home sharing, assisted living, nursing homes and continuing care retirement communities. When you are considering long-term care options and developing a plan, it is important to understand that you will consider not just healthcare, but a myriad of services such as health, financial, social, religious, legal, housing, etc. that an individual might need, and that their needs may change over time. It is helpful to talk with someone who is knowledgeable and experienced in this process. Some of these resources may be able to facilitate the process for you.
Below are not-for-profit and for-profit care options for you and your loved ones to consider. (Please visit the Housing page for a list of senior housing care options.) Please note that by making this information available, it does not constitute any endorsements by the City of Naperville, its officers, or employees or of the Senior Task Force of the linked web sites, or the information, products or services contained therein. Neither the City of Naperville nor the Senior Task Force exercise editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. All links are provided and are intended solely for informational purposes and are not to be construed, under any circumstances, by implication or otherwise, as an endorsement. (View full disclaimer.)
Below are additional resources to assist you.
TEL: (630) 357-8166
Daytime care with dignity for seniors
TEL: (630) 355-4322
This adult day service provides senior citizens with a variety of opportunities and abundant care.
Choices for Care Assessment provides a consultation to all nursing facility applicants who are age 60 and older to explore options for long-term care which may include home and community-based services or nursing facility care. A comprehensive assessment helps identify needs, reviews service options and cost and assists in developing a plan of care.
CCP provides affordable help for the activities of daily living that a senior can no longer manage on his or her own. This includes homemaker and adult day services to Illinois residents; please note that there are age and income restrictions. Services include help with basic household tasks and personal care, supervision, socialization as well as on-going case management.
TEL: (630) 407-6500 (#2)
Caregiver assistance, respite care and gap-filling services are available to informal or family caregivers of persons over the age of 60 or to grandparents raising grandchildren. Services can include respite care (services that give caregivers a rest), home modification, assistive devices, transportation and financial assistance.
TEL: (630) 665-7000
TEL: (773) 478-6613
Resource for rehab centers and nursing facilities.
Resource explaining the laws governing nursing homes in Illinois and a list of facilities.
TEL: (630) 784-4800
A partnership with the community and faith based organizations that provides screened and trained volunteers who offer regular in-home respite services for families caring for an elder loved one in their home. Also provides education to families and the community about caregiver concerns.