Adult and Elder Care Resource and Referral
DePaul's employee assistance program, ComPsych, offers an adult-elder care resource and referral service.
Find tools, resources and information at the ComPsych website
- For questions or to schedule an appointment: (800) 621-4124, Web ID EAP4DPU
Visit these local, state and national organizations that assist families seeking adult and elder care information, resources, programs and services.
Benefits eligible full-time and part-time faculty and staff have access to back-up care services for adults through this new program. The service includes in-home care for adults. Co-pays and limits do apply. Learn more.
Registration website: backup.brighthorizons.com
Registration phone: (877) BH-CARES (877-242-2737)
As a benefits eligible employee of DePaul University, you receive up to
15 days of back-up care per calendar year. In-home care is
$6/hour (4-hour minimum).
For questions contact the Benefits Department firstname.lastname@example.org or (312)362-8232.
Bright Horizons In-Home Adult Care User Guide
Chicago Department of Senior Services
Information and resources on topics such as: independent living and addressing other forms of care.
Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities
City of Chicago services for individuals with disabilities.
Illinois Department of Human Services
Families in Illinois can locate basic information about various life needs.
The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago
Catholic Charities help those in need in Chicago or the suburbs by providing food, clothing, shelter and counseling.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
A membership organization addressing quality of life issues surrounding end of life care
National Family Caregiver’s Association
An organization supporting caregivers through education, support, and empowerment.
Family Caregiver Alliance: National Center on Caregiving
A resource, research, and policy group dedicated to issues of long term care.
National Center on Elder Abuse
A resource center furthering the prevention of elder abuse.
A resource for Alzheimer support, care, and research.
The National Council on Aging’s Benefits Checkup
Department of Health & Human Services: Eldercare Search
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
This resource list is intended to provide the DePaul community with quick access to general information on local service providers and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. DePaul is not responsible for the information and services provided, and makes no representations or warranties with respect to any of their information, products, or services. The service providers are not affiliated with DePaul and you should evaluate their experience, qualifications, skills, and services in light of your own circumstances and needs.