Lieberman Center, a CJE SeniorLife skilled healthcare community with 240 private rooms, is a destination of choice for older adults who want personal attention and positive medical outcomes in a warm, secure and home-like setting.
Lieberman Center offers the following residential healthcare programs:
•Short-term rehabilitation at the Haag Pavilion (Medicare)
•Long-term care for those with complex medical needs
•Alzheimer’s Special Care Unit
•Respite Program for up to 30 days
•Palliative and Hospice Care
CovenantCare Hospice (Hospice of CovenantCare) provides Medicare-certified Hospice Service which may be supplemented with Personal Support Services (homemaker services, respite care, companionship).
CovenantCare provides hospice and home care services for Westminister Place, Evanston.
Program Name: Housecalls and Community Palliative Care
Description of Service:
• Adult and pediatric hospice care
• Adults and pediatric palliative care at home or in clinic
• Integrative therapy services
• Free bereavement support
• Volunteer support
• Latino Outreach
• Veteran’s Care
• Inpatient care at Centegra Specialty Hospital in Woodstock
Eligibility Criteria: Seniors coping with serious illness, end of life and loss.
Fee policy: All hospice and palliative care appropriate residents who are referred to us, regardless of their ability to pay.
For immediate assistance, please call 1-800-425-4444, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
HCR ManorCare is a leading provider of short-term, post-hospital services and long-term care with decades of experience helping patients and their families. Our growing network of more than 500 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and hospice and home health care agencies provide an exceptional brand of care.
Presbyterian Homes is an independent, not-for-profit and faith-based organization providing the highest level of quality residential communities, health-care programs, and services for older adults from diverse backgrounds.
Through its programs and activities, Presbyterian Homes seeks to embody the values of the Christian tradition for persons of all faiths by attending to their physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual needs.
Through the Geneva Foundation, Presbyterian Homes assists older adults with limited financial resources. By offering a comprehensive continuum of care and a nurturing environment, Presbyterian Homes encourages older adults to experience the fullness of life in community with dignity, joy, and the maximum level of independence their health will allow.
JourneyCare helps patients realize their quality-of-life and end-of-life goals one day at a time through pain and symptom management, compassionate care, specialized therapies and a range of social services.
A community based, mission driven not-for-profit agency, JourneyCare serves patients in McHenry, Lake, Cook, DuPage, Kane, Boone, Will, Winnebago, DeKalb and Kendall counties—regardless of their ability to pay.
• Adult and pediatric hospice care wherever the patient calls home, and at our two inpatient centers
• Adult and pediatric palliative services
• Complementary therapy services, including art, massage, music, aroma, Healing Touch Therapy
• Grief support for adults and children
• Community and professional education
• Volunteer support
• Latino Outreach
• Veterans’ Services include specialized social services and support for those who have served our country
• Inpatient care provided at the free-standing Pepper Family Hospice Center in Barrington and at the Woodstock Hospice Center within the Centegra Specialty Hospital in Woodstock
A licensed and credentialed hospice for your benefit. Accredited by The Joint Commission—JourneyCare has earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval, a designation awarded to about 25-percent of healthcare organizations nationally, and has held full accreditation since 1996
• Medicare certified, Licensed in the state of Illinois
Eligibility Criteria: Hospice is available for people with any life-limiting illness or condition—a person who has an illness or condition that is no longer responding to medical treatment, or a person whose physical conditions are unlikely to benefit from available medical care and continued treatment will prolong suffering or lower quality of life.
Fee Policy: Hospice coverage is available through Medicare Part A (hospital insurance), the Medicaid system of Illinois, and most insurance policies. Commercial insurance for hospice coverage does vary, so families should of course check with the patient’s employer or insurance provider. For patients and families in need, JourneyCare provides care regardless of ability to pay.
Hospice helps patients remain in their own homes when possible and their preference, and also provides care at NorthShore Evanston, Glenbrook, Highland Park and Skokie hospitals as well as in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Services include Grief Counseling Support Groups.
Our program assures patients that each day can be enjoyed in physical and emotional comfort. Our team of physicians, nurses, social workers, pastoral counselors, bereavement counselors, volunteers and other healthcare professionals provide holistic, home-based support to patients and families.
Hospice provides support and guidance for patients and the families coping with loss and the end of life. Hospice care can be provided in the patients home, the home of a loved one, an assisted living community, a long-term care facility or a hospital. The hospice team includes a physician, nurse, social worker, home health aide, chaplain, volunteer and bereavement counselor. The hospice team visit and assist the patient and family on a regular basis, as determined by individual needs.
Hospice care is an alternative to traditional health care specifically geared to the unique needs of terminally ill patients and their families by providing physical and emotional care to patients.
Unity Hospice helps patients:
Remain in the familiar setting of their home or long-term care facility
Realize relief from pain and discomfort
Remain as active as possible
Receive comfort and support so patients can maintain their self-control, independence, and dignity
Unity Hospice’s role is to provide professional medical care, to manage pain and other symptoms, and to meet the social, emotional, and spiritual needs of each patient and their family. It is our hope and belief that, through appropriate care, patients and their families can attain a meaningful degree of mental and spiritual preparation for death.