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Home Care Harford & Cecil County, MD - Local Community

Griswold Home Care of Harford and Cecil counties takes pride in being an active member of our surrounding community. There are a lot of activities and things to do for seniors in Harford and Cecil counties. Just because a senior can no longer drive or an adult child is working during the day, doesn’t mean you are out of options.

Our caregivers are there to provide an opportunity for the senior or disabled to move around their community, participate in senior center activities, attend religious services, go to Harford Mall or Tydings Park in Havre de Grace. A lot of seniors would like to be able to meet their friends for breakfast or an early dinner and our caregivers can get them there.

We understand the importance of keeping elders from feeling isolated. Studies show that maintaining friendships is very beneficial emotionally and physically as we age. For those unable to get around or wish to remain at home we can organize activities at home such as movie night, reading books to them or playing cards.

Griswold Home Care of Harford and Cecil Counties in the News:

Griswold Home Care, Walgreens Team Up for Flu Shots

“Griswold Home Care of Harford and Cecil Counties 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. 3, 2017, 3-5 p.m., to those who are pre-registered at the Griswold office located at 602 S. Atwood Rd., Suite 001, Bel Air, Maryland.”

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.”

“Giving just a few minutes of your time to ensure a senior’s well-being can be highly rewarding.”

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