What Do Caregivers Do?
Non-medical in-home caregivers provide support with Activities of Daily Living, often known as ‘ADLs.’ ADLs are the activities you perform every day, such as bathing, dressing, preparing meals, and using the toilet. Caregivers also provide companionship, and they can also perform services like light housekeeping, laundry, or running errands. Some caregivers have specialized training in working with clients with conditions like dementia, Alzheimer’s, ALS, and more.
Become a Griswold-referred Caregiver
If you are interested in becoming a Griswold-referred caregiver, you will need to pass our screening process. At Griswold Home Care our golden rule is that “we only refer caregivers we would trust in our own homes.” We take that very seriously! Our screening process includes a thorough background check, an in-depth interview, and a reference review. If you are a compassionate, dedicated caregiver, then click the link the link below!