Our Cincinnati-Tri County office opened in 2004. Jim Barth was in search of an opportunity where he could use his background in business while offering an invaluable service to his community. A friend referred Jim to Griswold Home Care, and he knew right away that the services they provide would make a difference in the everyday lives of his neighbors and their loved ones.
Matt Barth, current Director of Griswold Home Care, and his wife Tennille took over the family business when Matt’s father, Jim Barth, decided it was time he spent more days playing with his grandchildren than working in the office. Matt spent years watching his father work in the business and knew how rewarding helping families care for their loved ones could be.
Matt’s main focus in the business, like his father’s, is operations and future development. Tennille uses her experience to oversee marketing and serve as community liaison. Other team members include Senior Care Coordinator Debbie Young and Administrative Assistant Anne Albanese. Together, the Cincinnati-Tri County team is able to provide incomparable referral services to senior care clients.
We focus on hourly and live-in care. Cincinnati has allowed us to serve the elderly at home and in facilities. Our niche is live-in care, and it is the most economical way to address long-term needs, as it is available at a flat daily rate. This program is designed to conserve family resources while maintaining a maximum level of care. Our experienced and dedicated caregivers provide around-the-clock personal care and attention, which is usually the best way to avoid admission to a nursing home or facility.
The caregivers our team refers are carefully screened. Each caregiver goes through a behavioral-based interview process along with rigorous reference and background checks. The Griswold Home Care Cincinnati-Tri County team makes every effort to refer caregivers who provide exceptional home care services. For more than a decade, our team has been blessed to connect caregivers with families in need in Cincinnati, OH. Our motto has always been: “If we wouldn’t refer this caregiver to our own parents, why would we refer them to yours?”