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Over 17 Years of Experience | Licensed
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Highly Qualified Caregivers for Your Protection

Elder Bridge is concerned about you and your loved one’s safety and care. You may have concerns about the safety and quality of care that your loved one needs.  To address these issues, Elder Bridge requires that each of its active caregivers:

  • Complete extensive initial and annual trainings that cover safe and appropriate care as well as education about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
  • Follow the care plan developed for your care or your loved one’s care and document this care which is monitored by Elder Bridge’s Registered Nurses
To protect your safety, Elder Bridge conducts the following background checks of all its caregivers:
  • Illinois Health Care Registry
  • Illinois and Federal Sex Offender Registries
  • Department of Homeland Security E-Verify (determine the eligibility to work in the U.S.)
  • Illinois State Police Criminal Background Check
  • County-specific Criminal Background Checks
  • Current Driver License and Auto Insurance Information
To protect your financial security, Elder Bridge covers the following:
  • Pays all federal and state wage taxes (federal and state withholding taxes and Social Security and Medicare Taxes) that protect you from unexpected income tax audits
  • Pays all unemployment taxes, both federal and state, to protect you from unemployment claims from caregivers after services are completed
  • Provides Workman’s Compensation Insurance to protect you from legal claims for injuries while care is being provided
  • Provides General Liability Insurance Coverage to protect you in case of loss or theft


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(630) 793-9308

“Our caregiver was the best: caring, loving, she has a very special way about her. I’m still in contact with her because she is someone I want in my life.”

Caregiver Training University Certification confirms caregiver competency with training for professional caregivers on daily living activities, safety and age-related illnesses, meeting state guidelines. Caregivers must pass an exam to confirm retention of the training information to become a certified caregiver.

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