About Compassionate Care Home Health Services of Michigan
Family Home Health Care Company Focused on Quality Service
Compassionate Care understands the importance of family support. Cathy and Joe Wilk, the owners of this family home care company, built the company based on family values. Today, Compassionate Care thrives and flourishes on the love and support that its staff feeds it daily. Physicians, case managers, and family members assist our clients in achieving and maintaining an optimum level of well being while remaining in the comfort of their own home.
- Licensed and insured
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
- Members of the Michigan Home Health Association, Brain Injury Association of Michigan, Rehabilitation Insurance Nurses Council (RINC), Bay Area Senior Advocates (BASA), and several local chambers
It is the mission of Compassionate Care Home Health Services, Inc. to promote recovery and independence to those in need by providing the highest quality of proactive, result-oriented, and compassionate care for clients in the comfort of their own home.
Compassionate Care Home Health Services, Inc. will be the preferred employer and provider of the highest quality home health care in the state of Michigan.
Cathy and Joe dedicate this website and their home health company Compassionate Care Home Health Services, Inc. to their parents Ed & Sally Mather and Joe & Pearl Wilk.
Sadly, Pearl passed away in 1998.
In 2003 and 2004, Sally and Ed passed away respectively.
They are greatly missed by Cathy and Joe as well as the staff of Compassionate Care.
Gone, But Not Forgotten
On April 5, 2010, Compassionate Care Home Health Services lost a good friend, family member and co-worker. Joey started working with Compassionate Care in its early years, assisting with payroll. After spending some time working as a Field Staff Supervisor, Joey was promoted to his final position in the Corporate Office. He was responsible for all payroll and corporate accounts. When he wasn’t issuing checks, Joey could be found watching the Red Wings, hunting, or camping.
Compassionate Care will forever miss Joey’s humorous emails, practical jokes and radio “sing-a-longs.” We enjoyed the time we had with him and know that he’s looking over us as we continue to grow in the way he dreamed.
Thank you Joey for all you did for Compassionate Care. We will eternally miss you and love you.