Home Care in Lafayette & Acadiana, LA | Griswold Home Care

Home Care in Lafayette & Acadiana, LA

Griswold Home Care of Acadiana is a referral service that matches you with an independent professional caregiver based on your preferences. It is not a licensed Home Care Agency, but rather empowers you to self-manage your own home care arrangement.  The office thoroughly screens all caregivers before they are eligible for referral to you.  The screening includes a criminal background check, references, and a personal interview. This office is a locally-owned and operated caregiver referral service. We offer referrals of professional, screened, quality caregivers who can provide affordable in-home care in the Acadiana region.

Karen Rue is the independent owner and operator of your local Griswold Home Care office. Karen is the very kind and caring leader of the Acadiana office whose ultimate goal is to give you and your family the best experience possible when navigating the difficult search for affordable, quality care services.

Karen has professional and personal experiences caring for the elderly, as well as marketing knowledge with her home care business. She has 40+ years of diverse experiences in the “field of helping people.”

When she is not working, Karen remains active in her local community. She is the parish nurse at her church and is involved in professional committees at the local, state and national level. Karen has been presented the Citizen of the Year Award by the March of Dimes and received Louisiana’s Great 100 Nurses recognition in 2005. Most importantly, Karen provides care to her own aging parents.

The Acadiana Griswold Home Care team is composed of close-knit and very experienced individuals. Together, Karen and the Acadiana team are committed toward providing your family with the attention and affection that you deserve, and referring the caregivers that you need.

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Social isolation during COVID-19 can cause serious health issues for senior citizens

“We are all having some social isolation but with seniors, it’s compounded. Now with isolation, they are less mobile and are getting weaker. And with hearing issues they can’t always participate with phone calls very effectively or any of those other items so it really is a huge issue.”

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