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 indisposed.
The two week, 80 hour, program will include classroom and interactive training as well as client shadowing, concentrating on providing the necessary skills needed to become a non-medical, in-home CWH Caregiver.
Please check back often to learn more details.
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 https://vestaseniornetwork.com/ for additional information about The Longest Day event and the services they provide.
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 lastly how to protect yourself and what information not to share!
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 those who have served, and those who continue to serve. We SALUTE you!
Caring With Honor was proud to be an exhibitor at the 20th Annual Franklin Adult Health & Wellness Day. As a non-medical in-home care company, Caring With Honor was able to provide information about services to the senior attendees. The Franklin Health Department provided an influenza clinic and various types of businesses proved wellness related materials and other free screenings. Thank you, Franklin Health Department, for this great day!
Caring With Honor recently celebrated Two Years and Counting Networking Event at Club Paragon in Greenfield. It was an opportunity to meet our owners and staff members who work together to make what Caring With Honor is today.
Guests enjoyed appetizers and cocktails while networking with area healthcare professionals, Caring With Honor owners and staff.
Caring With Honor is owned by veteran military and law enforcement professionals who wanted to continue their service to the community. We remember those who have died to make us the “Land of the Free because of the Brave.”
Caring With Honor had two raffle prizes: “Cup o’ Joe” flavored coffee samplers with gourmet chocolates and “Red, White and Blue” Wisconsin Wines with assorted sweet treats.
Mike Scasny, former sheriff deputy, part owner and Caring With Honor Community Liaison watches as Sue Borkowski, Caring With Honor Community Liaison, hands winner Courtney Russel from Vesta Senior Network the “Cup o’ Joe” basket.
The pictures Caring With Honor cake was just too beautiful to cut!
Diana Jacoby, Director of Resident Services at Newcastle Place (right) took time to pose for with Caring With Honor Tracy Kovach, Office Manager (left)
Ron Scasny, Owner and President, Caring With Honor (back facing photo) having a thoughtful discussion with Pam Foti and Jenny Wagner of Vesta SeniorNetwork.Our Caring With Honor non-medical home care team wants to thank everyone who came to celebrate with us. We hope you all had as good of a time as we did. Here’s to many more celebrations!
Our Caring With Honor non-medical home care team wants to thank everyone who came to celebrate with us. We hope you all had as good of a time as we did. Here’s to many more celebrations!
Thank you HarborChase of Shorewood for the privilege to Honor your Resident Veterans and Celebrate D-Day. It was great to speak with all of the Residents/Veterans and hear stories about how they served our country. We are Honored! #Wesaluteyou!
Many thanks to Oak Park Place in Wauwatosa for hosting Caring With Honor’s Scams presentation to their assisted living residents and community on May 16th. Our very own Mike Scasny retired Milwaukee County sheriff deputy, provided a round table discussion on ways to be Careful, Cautious, and Confident when confronted with scams preying upon our seniors. Caring With Honor is dedicated to providing quality care to our seniors as well as protecting them from scammers through community education.