Resources for In Home Caregivers in Gilbert & Chandler
At Griswold Home Care of Gilbert-Chandler, the caregivers we refer are able to assist our home care clients in a variety of ways outside of the home. These services include transportation/accompaniment, travel, and companionship care. We encourage our clients to stay active within the community and continue to do the things that they love.
The area has numerous great sites that include an assortment of activities. Gilbert and Chandler, Arizona have many attractions including the Riparian Preserve, San Tan Village, Heritage District, and Freestone Park, as well as the Chandler ArtWalk, Hamilton Aquatics Center, and the Chandler Historical Museum. Also, the Chandler and Gilbert Senior Centers offer a fun and engaging way for the 55+ community to socialize and maintain camaraderie.
The centers provide classes on dancing, photography, new games, and fitness, as well as continuing education courses in computer skills and Spanish. They also provide group excursions to the movies, bowling, and breakfast or lunch. No matter what it is that you like to do, the caregivers we refer can help ensure that you are able to continue participation.
Griswold Home Care of Gilbert-Chandler in the News
“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.”
Griswold Home Care Arizona is an industry leader
- National Readmission Prevention Team
Jean Griswold Foundation provides grants to non-profits to enhance the
quality of life for low-income seniors. A percentage of all revenue is
donated to the Foundation. Recent recipients in
Arizona include Benevilla, Justa Center, Glencroft, and more. We have also now teamed with Meals on Wheels America to provide support for their nutritional support programs.
Founding members of the North and West Valley Coalition on Aging (NVCOA
and WVCOA.org). Through the free coalition monthly meetings, we have provided
a forum for education and resource sharing for the Arizona Senior industry
for over 8 years, with over 1,200 unique attendees sharing the ways they
can help improve the quality of care.
1-877-ElderHelp (353-3743): Our free senior resource line. The free peace of mind call to help seniors in need to find the right resources. As a referral source, this line is available to you as well. Through our 6 years of Coalition on Aging meetings and 10 years of industry experience, we have developed many unique and quality senior resources.
- Member of Arizona Non-Medical Home Care Association (AZNHA) and Home Care Association of America (HCAOA)