Care Leaders, Not Caregivers

We carefully match the personalities of the client and caregiver and consider input from both sides when placing you or your loved one under a care leader.

Meet Our Careleaders

Care Leaders, Not Caregivers

We carefully pay attention to the clients needs and consider input from both sides when placing you and your loved one under a care leader.

 

Caregivers are a family extension and we strive to bring the best to the clients. Background checks, professional and personal references, and proof of automobile insurance are but a small number of the considerations we use when bringing a  caregiver into our community. Each individual is coached from day one to be the best care provider in Northeastern Wisconsin.

We work hard to help develop and coach the client and caregiver and consider input from both sides when placing you or your loved one under a care leader. Yes, a care leader. We are proud to have a great team and every team needs leaders. No matter who is there to provide care, your care leader works closely to keep the day to day needs of the client consistent. You will always have one person to call on for information, updates, or concerns. Compassionate Home Health Care is the premier community of care for you.

Compassionate Home Health Care’s subsidiary organization Helping Hands Caregivers works diligently to provide workers compensation for all care givers. You are assured that in an unforeseeable situation should occur, our professional office staff is available to provide solutions. Our team of caregivers is covered by our umbrella of protection.

We aid the caregivers in providing a safe, caring, and stimulating environment for your loved one.

Compassionate Home Health Care’s partner caregivers go above and beyond the plan of care. Clients are fortunate enough to have caregivers who check in on them before and after cares, We want clients to understand it’s not just our job, it’s just what we do.  We keep an open door approach to our organization not just for our clients, but caregivers as well.