The greater Houston area offers a wide range of attractions and events that our seniors can enjoy. The caregivers we provide are always ready to accompany clients to whatever activities or events they wish to attend. One of the many advantages to having in-home care is the ability for older adults to leave the home safely and comfortably.
Living in the city of Houston offers the advantage of having a multitude of different activities for seniors to choose from. It can offer a refreshing change of scenery for seniors who would not normally have the opportunity to get out on a trip to a movie theater, senior community centers, or even one of the city’s many museums.
Bingo, canasta and bridge luncheons, water aerobics and attending music socials are just a few examples of the many popular social requests. Griswold Home Care of Southwest and Greater South Houston checks the driving records and insurance coverage for each of the caregivers we refer. The safety of your loved ones is our number one concern.
Being elderly or physically challenged no longer means having to stay at home. Caregivers can assist your loved ones can once again enjoy such things as the zoo, religious activities, visiting friends and family or a favorite restaurant.
Griswold Home Care of Houston Southwest in the News
The Jean Griswold Foundation will be donating 40 percent of their 2019 donations to Meals on Wheels America to help support their programs and tools that provide older adults with nutrition and improves health outcomes. “Since the Foundation’s establishment, our mission has always been to help seniors lead happy, healthy lives in the place they love most – their homes,” said Penny Kardon, executive director of the Jean Griswold Foundation. “We are honored to partner with Meals on Wheels America to address this growing issue and empower more Americans to maintain their independence and age in place.”
“During the 21st annual Direct Care Workers Conference held April 17, 2018, at United Way Community Resource Center, caregivers who’d been nominated by families of their clients were recognized for exceptional service. Griswold Home Care Houston had two caregivers earn special recognition.”
Griswold Home Care of Southeast Houston and Griswold Home Care of Southwest Houston made a joint donation of “6,000 meals” to the Houston Food Bank on Oct. 18, assisting the food bank with its mission to help victims of Hurricane Harvey and beyond.
Griswold Home Care Houston participated in the annual Elder Service Providers Network (ESPN) Expo put on by the United Way of Houston.
“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.”