Administrative staff are available 24/7 to address any staffing concerns.
Our Human Resources Team is spearheaded by retired senior law enforcement personnel.
In addition to traditional caregivers, Caring With Honor also hires retired military and law enforcement personnel.
Your loved one will remain safe and independent in their own home, wherever that may be, when you choose Caring With Honor. We provide in home care including personal care services, homemaking services and companionship services.
All employees are thoroughly screened, bonded and insured.
Caring With Honor is EXCITED to announce the Opening of Personal Caregiving and Aging Training Academy, an educational training program geared for newly hired CWH Caregivers. This training is a part of our continuing improvement plan to properly train and educate the dedicated and passionate persons who desire to take care of the elderly and […]
THE SHORTEST RUN FOR THE LONGEST DAY-VIRTUAL EVENT 6.20.20
Caring With Honor is proud to be a Corporate Sponsor for TEAM VESTA in their 5th year participation in The Longest Day fundraiser to #ENDALZ. Caring With Honor provides care and support for all affected by this disease and supports this fundraiser to find the cure for Alzheimer’s Disease. Check out Vesta Senior Networks website […]
Scams Presentation at Heritage Senior Living-Deer Creek
Mike Scasny, retired sheriff deputy and part owner of Caring With Honor presented scamming schemes to a large audience at Heritage Senior Living Deer Creek in New Berlin on February 27th, 2020. His presentation included how to identify scams and the 3 C’s – Careful, Cautious and Confident enough to hang up the phone and […]
Mike Scasny, retired sheriff deputy and part owner of Caring With Honor presented scamming schemes to a large audience at West Allis Senior Center on November 11, 2019. His presentation included how to identify scams, how to protect yourself and what information not to share! A special thank you on this Veteran Day to all […]
As the spouse of a person with Alzheimer's, I have seen the strong independent man I married change into someone who needs care for daily activities. It is a heartbreaking thing to watch. As the primary caregiver, a difficult thing to live through has been the constant changes happening to the person I love.
To abdicate the care of my father to a 'business entity' is the most unsettling decision a daughter can make. Will the caregiver be gentle when he's having a bad day and celebrate all the good days?
I wanted to go back to work with the owners and management I used to work with because I felt that they were always so good to us caregivers.
I also loved the idea that we have retired police officers and military working along side of us.
I wanted to work for Caring With Honor because it sounded like a great company to work for. It offered flexible hours that could meet my needs. The clients have been great to work with. The office staff works really hard every day to help out the clients and their families and caregivers are happy with their schedules.
I have worked with Tracy, the Office Manager, for several years at another company and I've always admired her commitment to the clients and her interaction with the caregivers. That's why I came to work with Caring With Honor.