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Law Elderlaw, LLP

Law Elderlaw, LLP

Rick Law, founder of Law ElderLaw, has experienced the devastating impact that long-term dementia can have on a family. He has seen the incredible burden that is borne not only by the families of his clients, but also within his own family. He has watched as family members have exhausted their own health and emotional resources by being sacrificial caregivers. This sacrifice is a major motivator that has caused us to develop the services and systems of Law ElderLaw. We are dedicated to protecting and serving the elderly and those who love them.


Leeza's Place

Leeza's Place is "A Place for Family Caregivers"; a community gathering place and resource center committed to providing free support services, resources and programs for family caregivers taking care of a loved one witha memory disorder or any chronic and/or progressive illness.
Leeza Gibbons created The Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation in 2002 as a promise to her mother to "tell her story and make it count" after her diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease and her family's subsequent caregving challenges.
Leeza's Place is a signature program of the Foundation having opened its first doors in 2003 as the manifestation of what Leeza "wished we had when we were going through this journey." Leeza's Place is home to all types of amily caregivers.

Leeza's Place


Kane County Senior Resources

Kane County Senior Resources

Kane County Senior Resources is a professional organization whose members offer a variety of services to help senior citizens and caregivers. Members are from government funded agencies, non-profit organizations and business. The organization's mission is to enhance the dignity and independence of seniors and improve the quality of life for seniors in Kane County.


Kendall County Senior Providers

Kendall County Senior Providers (KCSP) is dedicated to educate, interact, and support inter-generational opportunities within the Senior Community.

Kendall County Senior Providers


Association of Senior Service Providers

Association of Senior Service Providers

ASSP was founded in the early 1980's by the DuPage Senior Citizen's Council in order to help companies and organizations who serve older adults to network and learn about other resources in DuPage County. Since then, as an independent association, ASSP has grown from a modest 30 member companies, to nearly 150 companies and professional organizations from all over the Chicago suburbs.

Service offered in the following counties: Will, Cook, Dupage, Kane, Kendall, Kankakee, DeKalb, Grundy, LaSalle, Livingston, Bureau and Putnam