What Does a Caregiver Do?
Non-medical in-home caregivers’ responsibilities include assisting clients with Activities of Daily Living, sometimes known as ‘ADLs.’ ADLs are the activities you perform every day, such as dressing, using the toilet, and bathing. They may also provide services like transportation and accompaniment, running errands, reminding a client to take their medication, housekeeping, or laundry. Depending on a caregiver’s training and experience, some may perform other non-medical services for clients with Alzheimer’s, physical disabilities, and other conditions.
Become a Griswold-referred Caregiver
If you are interested in becoming a Griswold-referred caregiver, we’d love to meet you! We only refer caregivers we would trust in our own homes, so you will need to pass our screening system which includes a thorough background check and a comprehensive interview process. If you are a compassionate, attentive caregiver, click the link below!