Home Care Resources in Severna Park, MD
We Serve Anne Arundel, Kent & Queen Anne's Counties
It is no wonder that the Maryland area we enjoy living in is often called The Land of Pleasant Living. We are equidistant between our nation’s Capital and Baltimore. The area is growing as a retirement area and boasts so many attractions.
We have many home care clients who enjoy taking advantage of these attractions along with their home caregivers. While some take classes at the community college, others enjoy the offerings at one of the many local parks or Senior Centers.
The Severna Park caregivers we refer can initiate participation in sing a longs or other activities as requested by clients. Some clients prefer transportation/accompaniment to their favorite spot to watch the boats sail by. Others enjoy a spring evening al fresco watching a play at one of the local theatres. Our home care clients are thrilled they can go out with their caregiver as they like, or not. Caregiver services can give clients choices they might not otherwise have.
Griswold Home Care of Anne Arundel, Kent, and Queen Anne’s Counties in the News:
“Our Griswold office has been here for 17 years, but as our parent company marks its 35th anniversary I’d like to give kudos to all caregivers, professional and otherwise, who selflessly endeavor to improve the lives of our elders, making them feel connected, independent and, above all, dignified.”
“Giving just a few minutes of your time to ensure a senior’s well-being can be highly rewarding. You might even save a life.”
Check on your loved ones this holiday season
“As the holiday season quickly approaches, many will struggle with increased feelings of loneliness – especially seniors, who spend more time alone than the average adult. This season, we encourage you to join our efforts by checking on your aging loved ones often.”
Caring for Anne Arundel’s high-risk population during coronavirus crisis
“A lot of clients are isolated during these times, because they have children that live out of town and the caregivers are the only ones that can see them. Our caregivers are lessening that isolating feeling as well.”