Community Care Systems, Inc., an experienced in-home provider since 1980, has been providing quality and cost effective in-home services for over 30 years. Our in-home services provide support to those who request assistance or have a desire to remain in the familiarity of their own home. Today we are recognized as one of the leaders in the in-home service industry.
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In order to make it easier for you and your family we accept a variety of payments options. Cost for services vary somewhat throughout the state and is based on your needs. We invite you to use our Location Finder to contact your local office for more information and pricing.
Funding is available through various programs for those who qualify such as:
This program is administered by the Illinois Department on Aging for those 60 and over. There are also financial guidelines to qualify. An assessment must be done by a Care Coordinator from your local Case Coordination Unit. Use our Location Finder to contact your local office for more information
The Department of Rehabilitation Services is another state funded program for those under the age of 60 with disabilities.
Funding is available for qualifying veterans and their spouses.
Influenza (the flu) can be a serious illness, especially for older adults.
FACT: People 65 years and older are at high risk of serious flu complications.
People’s immune systems become weaker with age placing people 65 years and older at high risk of serious flu complications compared with young, healthy adults. During most seasons, people 65 years and older bear the greatest burden of severe flu disease. Between about 70 percent and 85 percent of seasonal flu-related deaths in the United States occur among people 65 years and older. And people 65 and older account for between about 50 percent and 70 percent of the flu-related hospitalizations.