Recognition and Affiliations
Stowell Associates voted one of Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces, Best In Class
by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Stowell Associates gets high marks from its employees as a place to work. It ranked at the top among midsize employers in this year’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces survey. Employees also had the highest of confidence in the company’s leadership among midsize firms, the survey showed.
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Nationally Accredited by The Joint Commission
Stowell Associates has been Nationally accredited by The Joint Commision. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. The Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.
The Council of Better Business Bureaus is the umbrella organization for the Better Business Bureau (BBB) system, which was founded in 1912 and is today supported by 250,000 local business members nationwide. It is dedicated to fostering fair and honest relationships between businesses and consumers, instilling consumer confidence and contributing to an ethical business environment.
TORCH AWARD 2004
Winner for 100-999 Employee Category
Stowell Associates won the prestigous Wisconsin BBB Torch in 2004. “Employee trust is crucial to providing effective at-home care for the elderly,” according to Phyllis Mensh Brostoff, and Valerie Stefanich, co-founders of Stowell Associates, “We take a lot of steps to reassure our clients and their families that all of our employees are attentive, respectful, high-quality professionals,” Brostoff said. “We think that it is extremely important for businesses to behave following very strong and clear ethical values. We are social workers. Our whole profession is based on very specific beliefs about the need to respect each individual.” “We have a caregiver’s code of conduct that implements our mission of responding to the individual needs of our clients by providing aides who will respect a client’s privacy, for example, by leaving the room when a guest arrives,” Stefanich said. “It is this type of behavior that is very important in making the clients feel they are being taken care of by a thoughtful person.”
Aging Life Care Association
Phyllis Mensh Brostoff was a founding member of The National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM), and served as the President of the National Board in 2009, and President of the Midwest Chapter, 2007-2008. NAPGCM is an association of professional practitioners whose purpose is the development, advancement, and promotion of humane and dignified social, psychological, and health care for the elderly and their families. NAPGCM is committed to working towards the highest quality of care for the elderly and their families through education, advocacy, and high standards of professional practice. All of Stowell Associates’ care managers are members of NAPGCM.