- What is Non-Medical Home Care?
- Choosing the Right Support
- Paying for Home Care
- Contact Us
- Caregiver Opportunities
Non-medical home care is a service that helps those in need by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs) in order to continue living life from the comfort of his or her own home. Home care is a model that can include both professional and informal support networks such as family, neighbors, and friends. To remain independent, these individuals work together to meet your goals and expected outcomes.
When selecting a home care services company, you will have many questions. The first thing to understand is that home care services differ from facility-based options. Chances are if you’re researching senior care, you’ve heard a lot about senior housing options such as a nursing home, assisted living community, adult day care, retirement community, or continuing care retirement community. These elderly care options all have unique benefits, however, at home care is often the preferred choice for seniors who wish to age in place in their own home. Your financial, social, and health situation will often determine which environment you choose. Depending on your loved one’s needs, you may opt for him or her to receive non-medical in home care to provide them with services throughout the day when you’re unable to attend to their needs.
When families choose the in-home option of aging they are often choosing to keep the family together. While making the decision to age at home is a great first step, there are many variations of home care and in home support services that you should know about. As you research your options, start by understanding the variety of home care options available in your community:
Home and Community Based Services: In home supportive services can be made available to seniors and disabled adults that align for one mission – to help those with physical or mental limitations to live in their own home. Some are free, some are paid by the government, non-profits, or other businesses depending on qualification and need.
Regardless of the type of home care service you are researching, non-medical in home care is a key part in supporting the activities of daily living (ADLs), such as dressing, bathing, & meal preparation, that will enable you or a loved one to stay at home. Most Griswold Home Care offices support clients with personal care, homemaking, and companionship services to keep you safe, comfortable, and in control of your options.
Our proprietary screening process allows us to refer professional, experienced and proven caregivers. We focus on understanding what families look for in a non-medical in-home caregiver. The Griswold Golden Rule: We only refer caregivers we would trust in our own homes.Learn More
Before matching you with a carefully screened professional, we use your input to ensure that we refer a caregiver who has attributes which are important to you. Caregivers are referred based upon each client's personality, service needs and desired schedule.Learn More
Our proprietary screening process allows us to refer professional, experienced and proven caregivers. We focus on understanding what families look for in a non-medical in-home caregiver. The Griswold Golden Rule: We only refer caregivers we would trust in our own homes.
Before matching you with a carefully screened professional, we use your input to ensure that we refer a caregiver who has attributes which are important to you. Caregivers are referred based upon each client's personality, service needs and desired schedule.
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