Aging provides a variety of unique challenges, especially as more and more of our population crests 65 years of age. Changes in housing, health care needs, spheres of influence, and […]
At the center of any great model of care is a community. We’ve all heard the old adage, “It takes a village to raise a child,” but at Midwest Family Care, we want to make sure that child is cared for throughout their entire life, all the way to the end. We believe it takes a village to provide great care, no matter what stage of life a person is in.
Robert J. Weink and John H. Weink founded Midwest Family Care on April 17th in 1996. Inspired by a moving experience working with an elderly gentleman diagnosed with Parkinson’s, Robert dedicated himself to building a company that provides superior caregiving and professional care management services. His mission, the mission we all believe in here at Midwest Family Care, is “to see a world without the business of care.”
A World Without the Business of Care
To us, this means promoting care through community, providing families and individuals with the tools to care for each other. How do we do this? Through action. We know we can build a world where neighbors and families have the ability and knowledge to care for one another by empowering our clients and caregivers to demonstrate their compassion for others every day. Is striving for a utopia built on a foundation of care a foolish dream? Maybe. But that won’t stop us from trying.
Through education and advocacy, as well as the core tenets of care and community, we believe we can set the example for what it means to care for each other.