Your Oak Forest Home Care Agency

Home Care Aides With a Heart!

Looking for quality home care in the Oak Forest, IL area? No doubt you want a caregiver with true concern and compassion for your loved one. One who is skilled in the many activities of daily living (ADL) and who can be trusted to carry out their duties with sympathy and respect.

Destiny Senior Care is your Oak Forest home care agency! From our base in Orland Park we serve clients there and in the surrounding areas. Call us today at 708-670-5970 or set up a free phone appointment.

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Find an Oak Forest Caregiver You Can Count On


We know that finding an Oak Forest caregiver is important to you!

We are licensed under the Illinois Department of Human Services under Home Services Agencies. This department conducts an onsite survey of our agency each year. Following Illinois state law, each of our caregivers is listed with the Illinois Health Care Worker Registry, and given at least eight hours of training.

Our home care aids are trained in these areas:

  • Performing personal care tasks including bathing, skin care, hair care, nail care, mouth care, shaving, dressing, feeding, assistance with ambulation, exercise and transfers, positioning, toileting, and medication reminding.
  • Observing, reporting and documenting client status and the care or service provided, including changes in functional ability and mental status of the client.
  • Assisting in the use of specific adaptive equipment, such as a mechanical lifting device, if the worker will be working with clients who use the device.
  • … and more!

Our Caregivers also…

…Are carefully chosen to be people who truly care for others. They have to be people of compassion and integrity.

… Are background checked for criminal activity, driving activity and employer history to ensure they are trustworthy and competent.

… Are fully trained to make sure they fulfill the state-required number of training hours. They are given our employee handbook and given procedure manual training.

… Are carefully selected to be matched in personality to our client. We make sure the family is comfortable with our caregiver.

Cicero Avenue in Oak Forest


Oak Forest

All Good Things Close to Home

Oak Forest is a suburban city about 24 miles south-southwest of downtown Chicago in Bremen Township in Cook County, Illinois. Human habitation in Oak Forest began during the early Holocene era. Today, Oak Forest has a population of 28,051, as of the 2000 census. Every July in Oak Forest is a Festival known as Oak Fest. They host live music, fireworks and other events. The village’s motto is “All Good Things Close to Home.”

Oak Forest is home to Oak Forest High School, one of four high schools in Bremen Community High School District 228. Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County is a large hospital specializing in long-term care and some other varieties of care. The Oak Forest station of the Metra commuter rail line, located at 159th and Cicero, is a popular option for commuters to Chicago. This station is part of the Rock Island District Metra line that runs between Joliet and the LaSalle Street Station in the Chicago Loop.

See more information about senior services in Oak Forest.

Do you live in the area and are you looking for an Oak Forest home care agency? Please book a phone appointment with Destiny Senior Care now!

Senior Issues We Can Handle

Your mom or dad will likely run into the typical problems of aging over time. Here are some of the most common issues with the elderly to be concerned with. Maybe you are experiencing them now. Hiring a dependable caregiver is the smart thing to do, and your senior will thank you for it.

Are you searching for a quality Oak Forest home care company? Destiny can help with all of these problems:

Falls: This is one of the most common problems among seniors. They fall and they cannot get up, even to make a phone call.

Leaving the stove on: This danger is obvious. Your senior might forget that the stove is turned on. A smoke alarm helps, but that might not be enough.

Slipping in the shower or bath: This is a type of fall that can have devastating consequences. A bathtub grab bar is a good idea.

Loneliness: Spending hours in the home alone can make your senior lonely and in need of companionship. A friendly face that shows up every day is a great benefit.

Depression: This is a common problem among seniors living alone. They lack friends as well as the responsibilities of looking after others. Thus they become self-absorbed.