Being a professional caregiver can be a rewarding experience, but what does it entail? Non-medical in home caregivers typically assist with Activities of Daily Living or ‘ADLs.’ These activities include walking (movement), dressing, eating, bathing, toileting, and continence care. However, there are many more common caregiver services that a professionally referred caregiver needs to be able to complete. These include personal care, homemaking, companionship, and support services. Depending on the client’s needs, different levels of care may be warranted.
Individuals looking to become a Griswold referred professional caregiver, must pass a thorough caregiver screening process. Griswold Home Care prides itself in only referring the best caregivers in the industry to ensure that clients receive the highest quality care possible. The screening process includes at least 15 steps and includes a thorough background check, interview process, and reference review.
Do you fit this caregiver description? If so, see how you can become a Griswold referred caregiver.