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Home Health and Non-Medical Caregiving at a Glance:

A Loving Company, ALC, knows the best way to make good choices is to understand how home health works. Ask the important questions. When looking for help for yourself or a loved one, it’s important to know the difference between Home Healthcare and Non-Medical Caregiving. Home health offers medical care while home services offer non-medical assistance.

  • Ortho
  • Diabetes
  • CHF

From Our Home to Yours

Our mission of providing compassionate and quality health care service within one’s home starts at the top and is evident is all associates. Anthony Siciliano, founder of ALC Home Healthcare, explains how his personal experience with home healthcare agencies inspired the high standards of A Loving Company’s Home Health, a fully accredited and bonded agency.

ALC is proud to be endorsed by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP).

Being accredited by a distinguished, not-for-profit agency such as Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) brings you an extraordinary level of confidence that the agency meets high standards of ethics and practices. ALC Home Health is proud to be awarded the CHAP accreditation and also certified as a Medicare provider.

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    “Home is where people want to be, whether it’s to age in place, or to recover from an illness or injury. People thrive more when they’re in the privacy and familiarity of their own homes,” said Anthony Siciliano, president and founder of A Loving Company Home Health Care (ALC). “In addition to the availability of …

  • A Loving Company (ALC) Shares Tips For Seniors To Stay Connected During The Holidays

    Known as the most joyous time of the year, the holiday season can actually be difficult for seniors. “For many, this time of year brings up sad memories of past holidays spent with a spouse or friends who are no longer living,” said Anthony Siciliano, president and founder of A Loving Company Home Health Care …

  • ALC Home Health Expands its Service Area

    Home is where you want to be when you are recovering from an illness, learning to manage a new diagnosis, or requiring laboratory services. A Loving Company (ALC), the premier home health care provider in Northern Illinois, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its service area. Beginning immediately, ALC Home Health will provide …

Taking Care of the Caregiver

Being a caregiver is far more difficult and stressful than most people imagine. Often, the health of the caregiver becomes more compromised than that of the one being cared for. That’s why at ALC Home Health we strongly recommend using our respite care services so the caregiver can have a break and maintain the level of commitment, patience and cheerful nature required in the loving act of caregiving.

Our respite care is available on an hourly or daily basis. Please call for more information.

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Just Recovering from Surgery?

As we age, hips, knees, shoulders and other joints and bones may wear out. If your doctor has prescribed physical therapy either pre- or post-surgery, we can help you move around as soon as possible to blood flowing, wounds healing and strength building in your muscles.

Keeping up with your doctor’s orders, caring for your incision, eating and drinking enough fluid are the best ways to prevent infections and heal entirely and quickly. ALC can help you manage your pain, get moving and follow up with your physician.

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Managing your diabetes requires constant vigilance.

Controlling your diabetes can help you feel well now and in the future. At ALC, we understand and can help you manage the disease and its side effects by knowing what to do everyday: eating a balanced meal, staying active, taking your medication and checking your blood pressure.

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Congestive Heart Failure

Congestive Heart Failure, or CHF is one of the leading causes of hospitalizations and re-hospitalizations in the United States. About 5.1 million people have heart failure with 650,000 new heart failure cases diagnosed annually.   Home health care services can reduce the number of hospitalizations and increase the overall quality of life for patients with congestive heart failure.

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