Michelle Still – Regional Director
Michelle Still’s career at Griswold Home Care began 17 years ago when she was hired and mentored by our founder, Jean Griswold. Having worked closely beside Jean for over 10 years, Michelle not only shares the same empathy and compassion as our esteemed founder, but also understands the intricacies of caring for older adults.
After caring for her aging mother in her beloved home until her passing, Michelle understands the challenges faced by many families. As Regional Director of Lower Pennsylvania, Michelle uses both her professional and personal experiences to help seniors stay safely in the place they love. Michelle has helped thousands of families while staying true to the spirit of our revered founder.
Dan Fratantoni – Director of Home Care Services
Dan Fratantoni is the Director of Home Care Services for Lower Pennsylvania. Dan was born and raised in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania before moving to Philadelphia to attend Temple University. After college, Dan became a Director of Youth Programs at several locations over a 10-year span.
In 2015, Dan was looking for a new opportunity and began working for Griswold Home Care. Prior to becoming the Director in June of 2017, Dan worked as the community relations coordinator, client relationship specialist, and case coordinator. Dan loves being able to connect with clients and caregivers. Dan is very proud to lead such a great team in the Lower Pennsylvania office.
Scott Young – Client Relations Specialist
Scott Young started his career with Griswold Home Care in 2000. He was hired by founder Jean Griswold and worked in the original Chestnut Hill office. Scott believes Jean had a great gift for identifying people’s strengths, employing professionals well-suited for the home care environment.
Scott is a client relations specialist at the Lower PA office. He is a problem solver who goes above and beyond to ensure a positive experience for his clients.
He loves to travel and enjoys hiking, biking, and fishing at Valley Green near his West Mt. Airy home.
Cindy Graul – Community Relations
Cindy Graul discovered her love for caregiving at the age of 18. Caring for individuals with traumatic brain injuries came quite naturally to her. She wanted to help people focus on their abilities rather than their disabilities.
After earning a degree in Education in Rehabilitation, it seemed like a natural transition to share her love for caring for the elderly by focusing on the quality of life of individuals in long-term care. As an activity director, she helped the residents have a meaningful day. Shortly after, she was promoted within as a human resource director to source exceptional employees.
After spending many years in the field, she took a hiatus to raise 3 children and returned into the field of non-medical home care as a recruiter. She is proud to source top talent in the field to find natural-born caregivers.
She was on an international cooking show called “Beat the Chefs” which was piloted in Manhattan Beach, California. It was a great experience to perform with a live paid audience of 150 people, stage crew of over 30 people, and a production budget of a quarter of a million dollars to tape the episode and cook against three professional chefs. It was a knuckle-biting moment in time!
Pamela D’Hurieux – Community Relations
Pamela D’Hurieux started at Griswold Home Care as a community relations coordinator, working with referral sources. She is currently a client relations specialist, working to make sure each client has the best possible experience.
She is involved with her church and has a passion for helping people. She is glad that the people at Griswold Home Care share this desire to help people.
She enjoys spending her free time with her mother and her 2 chihuahuas that she rescued from breeders who didn’t want them.
Katelyn Weisel – Caregiver Coordinator
Katelyn Weisel went to school for pharmaceuticals and has extensive job experience in customer service. She started her work in the home care field at the Special Care office in Abington, PA. She worked there as a case manager and switched to the Lower PA office as a caregiver coordinator in 2017. Before moving to Abington, she grew up in northeast Philadelphia.
She and her 11-year-old daughter are both avid Nascar and football fans. She feels strongly about rehoming abandoned and abused animals and has fostered in the past. She currently owns 4 rescues of her own. She has volunteered at a nonprofit organization assisting victims of domestic violence and took part in both the Aids Walk and March of Dimes.