Home Care Resources in Ellicott City, MD
There is so much to do in Baltimore and throughout Howard County! Our caregivers can help your loved one visit and enjoy what the area has to offer. Your loved one can go to a ballgame at Camden Yards at Oriole Park or a football game at Ravens stadium, admire the work at the Elkton Art Center or explore the history of Old Town Ellicott City in Howard County. Caregivers can also accompany your loved one to the National Aquarium or the Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum. Perhaps simply strolling through historic South Chesapeake Plantation City would make an enjoyable afternoon for your family member. These activities and many more are possible with our caregivers to assist!
Griswold Home Care for Baltimore & Howard Counties in the News:
Griswold Home Care, Walgreens Team Up on Flu Shots
“Griswold Home Care of Baltimore and Howard County has teamed up with Walgreens to ensure its clients and area residents are vaccinated against the flu this season. A Walgreens pharmacist or nurse practitioner will administer the free flu shots on Nov. 10, 2017, 3-5 p.m., to those who are pre-registered at the Griswold office located at 3525 Ellicott Mills Drive, Suite G, Ellicott City, Maryland.”
When is it time to take away the car keys from older parents?
“There are ways families can help their loved ones realize when it is too dangerous for them to be behind the wheel, said Adeola Busari, director of Griswold Home Care of Baltimore and Howard County, a home care company.”
Medical alert systems can help keep older people safe
“Medical alert systems, which give people a line to paramedics when there is an emergency, are good for the elderly, disabled and people who are prone to falling. Shannon Gettier, manager of Griswold Home Care of Harford and Cecil counties, talks about the different types of medical alert systems.”
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.”