Helping Persons with ALS Live a Full Life in the Comfort of Home

As lifelong care providers, Independence-4-Seniors in Hinsdale and the Chicago areas knows that living with a muscle disease such as ALS doesn't mean giving up independence, quality of life, or hope.

With help from the experienced in-home caregivers at Independence-4-Seniors, persons with ALS can receive the daily assistance they need, along with compassionate encouragement to help care for their spirit as well as their health and safety.

Our caregivers work hard to make every day a meaningful day in the celebration of life for those in our care. Call us today to learn more about the specialized assistance we can provide for persons with muscle disease.

Downloadable Tools and Tips:
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Web Resources:
Click the links below for helpful resource websites regarding ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), also referred to as  Lou Gehrig’s Disease or motor neuron disease.

PBA Symptoms No Laughing Matter
Pseudobulbar affect (PBA) is a symptom that affects 15 percent to 45 percent of people with ALS, characterized by uncontrolled or out of character laughing or crying. Learn more about this ALS side effect and how to treat it in this article.

ALS Caregiver Web Series
This series of web videos walks caregivers through tips on how to provide care for a loved one with ALS.

Equipment for Daily Living for Persons with ALS
When learning how to adjust to activities of daily living as their bodies change, persons with ALS can benefit from some simple assistive equipment. The following is a list of devices and the issues with which they can assist.

Living With ALS© Manuals and Videos
These educational manuals and videos from the ALS Association are full of information on the many aspects of ALS and providing care for someone with ALS.

Enhancing Life at Home One Day at a Time.

Important Resources for Seniors

Something to Talk About

Quotes from our ClientsHow do we begin to thank you for the wonderful support and care you gave to Mom and the entire family. Her illness was brief, which was a blessing. Out of all the bad came some good. We were honored to have Eileen move so willingly into Mom’s home and care for her for those few weeks. She not only took care of Mom, but all of us. She tenderly guided us through the process of Mom’s death. Eileen is an amazing and talented woman who quickly became a part of our family. We are richer people for her presence in our lives. It became apparent that there were angels along the journey of Mom’s illness and death. The both of you and especially Eileen are among those angels. Thank you!

- Fondly, the family of M.R.


  • Alzheimer's Association
  • Aging Well Partnership
  • ASSP Dupage
  • Chamber of COmmerce
  • CSA Society
  • Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce