We started Broad Street because we believe there is a better way to deliver Home Care. Our goal is to go beyond the basic necessities, to focus on enhancing the overall quality of life. We strongly believe that choice is the key component to effective care; preserving dignity and promoting independence. At Broad Street, we don’t look to drive our clients’ decisions, but to provide comprehensive support to live the life they choose.Join Our Team
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How Our Home Care Service Works Best
Broad Street Home Care’s unique model of premium senior home care services makes us the top provider of personalized in-home care for seniors in Chicago. While we can accommodate a variety of senior home care needs, we are best utilized in more complex situations with underlying health conditions we can help manage.
What Makes our Home Care Service the Best?
Our home care services center on our people and our approach. Through a rigorous screening process, we work with the best caregivers and care professionals in Chicago, including Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs) and Patient Care Technicians (PCTs) with experience and training in a variety of senior care specializations.
Our team is made up of professionals, dedicated to careers focused on care for seniors. For their skills to be most effectively utilized, deeper engagement with the client and collaboration with Nurse Oversight is often utilized.
Communication is critical in making sure we are continuing to improve the level of service and the overall effectiveness of our support.
The strength of our relationships with our Caregivers and Care Professionals results in better overall home care services for our clients. In addition to establishing best practices in everyday tasks, the coordination with our Nurse Supervisors elevates the service and bridges the gap between enjoying your life while also remaining healthy. This includes ensuring medication is taken on time, any underlying health conditions are being monitored and managed, and any relevant information is communicated.
With a more proactive approach to Home Care, Broad Street is not only able to handle more complex needs of seniors, but we are able to quickly adapt the service to continue to support our clients’ changing needs.
An Experienced and Professional Home Care Team
At Broad Street, we take a team approach to Home Care. Our Care Professionals provide the core, serving as the conduit to a larger solution. Our skilled nurse oversight provides overall support in coordinating with your care professional, family members and other health care providers. The Professional Network and Concierge complete the solution by expanding the range of capabilities while remaining consistent and seamless.
Care Professionals Focused on Home Care
All of Broad Street’s Care Professionals are carefully selected based on experience and sincere passion. We focus recruiting on Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA’s) and Patient Care Technicians (PCT’s), along with other relevant certifications. Each Care Professional undergoes extensive and ongoing training in personal care and active companionship, along with specialized training in specific underlying health conditions including the following:
- Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders
- Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of Dementia
- Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation
- Chronic Conditions including Diabetes, Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD)
- Other Physical and Cognitive Conditions including MS and ALS, Cancer Treatment and Recovery, Traumatic Brain Injury, Advanced Mobility Assistance, and Fall Prevention, Depression and other forms of Anxiety
Nurse Oversight as Part of a Home Care Solution
Our Registered Nurses (RN) have extensive experience in medical and non-medical care, in the home, as well as in hospitals and other care facilities.
Their wealth of knowledge goes beyond the clinical, as their focus is on the overall experience both for the Client and their Family. The Nurse Supervisor’s role is to be a resource to both the Client and the Care Professional to ensure you are receiving the best support possible, without overwhelming the situation. The Nurse Supervisor can also serve as a Case Manager in certain cases, providing a communication link to Family as well as Physicians and other Health Professionals.
Professional Network of Additional Home Care Services
As part of a complete solution, Broad Street has developed relationships with a Professional Network of high quality skilled health-related specialists, as well as other complementary services. This network can provide valuable resources when needed. We coordinate with these other services so your experience is seamless.
Coordinated Concierge Medicine with Home Care
We work extensively with Concierge Medicine. This includes Primary Care and Geriatric Physicians, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy as well as other specialists. We work collaboratively with Concierge Medicine ensuring health is supported but in a way that supports your quality of life.
Providing Premium Care to the Chicago Area
Broad Street is committed to bringing the highest quality custom in-home care to Chicago and surrounding suburbs. We service residents of the North Shore from Evanston, Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glencoe, Highland Park and Lake Forest, as well as Deerfield, and Northbrook. Broad Street serves the Western Suburbs including Glen Ellyn, Barrington and Palatine, all the way down to Hinsdale, Oak Brook, Wheaton, and everywhere in between. We proudly deliver our premium home care services to Chicago’s Gold Coast, Streeterville, Buck Town, Lincoln Park, Lakeview, and anywhere else our top quality care is requested. This means you’ll always have a professional caregiver nearby.
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