Our Caregivers

Personal Care Services

Our Caregivers are highly qualified.

We offer the very best compassionate care for you. Our goal is to improve the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being of our clients. Having a companion will increase your sense of confidence, security, and social interaction. Increasing social interaction can reduce depression and increase mental activity.

Our Caregivers can help you accomplish a variety of tasks that are essential to your quality of life. They are there to help you maintain your independence in your own home. You can depend on them to carry out tasks, such as dropping off/picking up mail, shopping, appointments, medication reminders, escort service, and a whole lot more.

Our Caregivers are employees of At Your Service HomeCare, LLC. You do not have to worry about any concerns that accompany a private hire, such as taxes, payroll, insurance, and background checks. We take the time to check in on you during our supervisory visits and ensure that you are satisfied. Our goal is to ensure that you are getting all the assistance you want in the manner that you want from our employees. You also have tremendous flexibility with us. We will try our best to accommodate our schedule requirement.


Upon hire, our caregivers undergo the following:

Our office managers will call potential hires to perform a brief phone interview and schedule an in-person interview. We conduct an extensive in-person interview to determine the suitability of the applicant to perform all duties as caregiver.

Our caregivers take an annual competency exam to test their caregiving knowledge.

Our caregivers are required to be fingerprinted. They are also screened under the National Sex Offender Registry.

Candidates MUST be registered or agree to be registered as Health Care Workers with the Illinois Department of Public Health.

Candidates must provide us with at least three professional and personal references, all of which are checked before hire.

We verify all professional licenses through the Illinois Department of Public Health or Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.

Caregivers undergo mandatory training upon hire and ongoing annual training.

Candidates must provide documentation that they do not have Tuberculosis.