With over 20 years servicing Metrowest-Boston, we rely on our extensive experience to provide the best home care services to our community of seniors and adults with disabilities. Griswold Home Care provides your loved ones with non-medical, in-home care. We provide care to loved ones with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Cancer, chronic diseases, and neuromuscular conditions. We help clients post-surgery and through rehab- making sure that their care is constant. And, our CAREtakes are trained in caring for fall risk patients, adults with disabilities, and respite for family care. Our services include bathing, meal preparation, cleaning, running errands, and companionship. We also help with the tasks that used to be simple – from buttoning shirts and fluffing pillows to opening cabinets, brushing hair, and/or changing linens.
Affording your loved ones with the security to feel safe and stable within the comfort of their own home is our main objective. Whether your mom no longer remembers her grandchild’s smile or your dad has lost interest in his favorite past time – watching baseball, our elder care services can help ease this pain. And depending on your loved one’s unique needs, we offer hourly care to 24/7 live-in elder care.
We are also actively involved with the Jean Griswold Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) private foundation established in 2010, which provides grants to select community programs that help people age in place. In 2019, we presented a $500 grant to Friends of Worcester’s Senior Center to help the Center expand its services, which include nutrition programs, social activities, health and wellness programs, and support groups. Friends of Worcester’s Senior Center raises money to support the Senior Center’s numerous programs and services for seniors living throughout the Worcester area.
Griswold Home Care of Metrowest Boston 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.”
“During such uncertain times, we’re ready to lend a hand to local nonprofits serving the growing number of people in need – especially seniors,” said Jane Rabinovitz, director of Griswold Home Care of Boston Metro West and Worcester County, which awarded the grants. “On behalf of the Jean Griswold Foundation, we strive to help our older neighbors in need live fulfilling, healthy lives in the places they love.”