The Brain Injury Association of Michigan is a non-profit organization that brings together people with brain injury, their families, friends, and concerned professionals to improve the quality of life that people experience after brain injury.
The Brain Injury Association of America provides comprehensive education about brain injury to audiences as diverse as physicians, rehabilitation specialists, trial lawyers and educators.
Founded in 1948, the National Spinal Cord Injury Association is the nation’s oldest and largest civilian organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for hundreds of thousands of Americans living with the results of spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D) and their families.
CPAN (the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault) was formed in 2003 by 26 professional associations who shared the strongly held belief that it was in the public interest to preserve Michigan’s model no-fault auto insurance system and to make sure that the Michigan auto insurance industry kept the original no-fault promise it made to Michigan citizens when the No-Fault Act was passed in 1972.
BLS for healthcare providers, CPR certification classes and first aid training. Offers a discount for Best Care Nursing employees.
PALS, BLS Healthcare Provider, ACLS, CPR and first aid training classes.
Since 1998 WMIS has offered a comprehensive state Certified Nurse Aide Training program.
Since 2004 WMIS has offered the Patient Care Technician certification program.
Airway Oxygen Inc. is a privately owned, community based home medical equipment supplier with 22 full service locations.
Home Medical Equipment and Supply company with 17 locations.
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Harbor Rehabilitation provides individualized rehabilitation through real-life activities. Using a functional, personalized approach we have successfully treated clients at home, school, and work since 1999.
(Best Care Nursing founder) Dan Greve was with the first nursing service Lisa had when she came home 17 years ago. When he left, we kept working with some of the nurses. They knew Lisa, and she knew them. That’s important.
But during the years we worked with other services, there were issues. The nurses seemed disgruntled. Sometimes they weren’t paid for weeks.
The way Dan runs his company is so, so different. When I heard Dan had started a new company, I said, “Oh! You may be my salvation!”
Best Care takes care of their nurses, so they can focus on taking care of Lisa. And they are truly committed to Lisa. They come to work all the time. You don’t have that commitment unless you have a good boss.
And they care as much about me as they do about Lisa! Best Care provides good case management and really supports us with the insurance companies.
There is something about Dan. He finds people who are dedicated…or maybe they become dedicated because they’re working for him.