Norwalk In Home Care | CT Senior and Elder Care

Your Home Care Referral Team in Norwalk, CT

Quality, Affordable In-Home Care In Your Community


Meet Tony Malafronte, office manager of the Griswold Home care office in Norwalk. Tony has been a member of Griswold Home Care since July, 1991. Tony began his tenure as a Case Manager and HR Director. He has just recently opened the Norwalk, CT office after much success working in neighboring Griswold office. He is eager to build great relationships within his community. Outside of work, Tony is a volunteer EMS as he has always been intrigued by the medical field.

Cathy Howard, the owner of the Norwalk office, and her team have been referring caregivers to provide superior in home care to seniors for over 21 years. Our CareAssure Screening System is one of the most thorough in the industry.

Caregivers referred by the Norwalk office are experienced in caring for individuals with Congestive Heart Failure, Alzheimer’s disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and Parkinson’s disease. Rest assured knowing that Cathy, Tony and their referral team have referred caregivers to provide quality home care for thousands of residents in Connecticut who have preferred to stay at home. The Norwalk office looks forward to serving you!

Conn. Gen. Stat. § 20-670(3) Notice

As required by Conn. Gen. Stat. § 20-670(3)(a), Griswold Home Care hereby specifies its legal liabilities to the individual supplied or referred to or placed with you: Griswold Home Care is not aware of any such legal liabilities, other than to comply with the terms of its written agreement with such individual and with any applicable laws and regulations.

As required by Conn. Gen. Stat. § 20-670(3)(b), Griswold Home Care hereby informs you that:

  • Griswold Home Care is a Registry that connects caregivers with persons who need homecare. The caregivers work directly for the client and are not the employees of Griswold.
  • Griswold Home Care pays workers’ compensation insurance for the caregiver.
  • You may be considered an employer under law and, if that is the case, you may be held responsible for the payment of federal and state taxes, Social Security, overtime and minimum wage,unemployment, workers’ compensation insurance payments and any other applicable payment required under state or federal law.
  • You should consult a tax professional if you are uncertain about your responsibility for the payment of such taxes or payments.