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  • Caregivers and Empathy Family caregivers spend an average of 20 hours per week caring for their loved ones. 13% of those provide 40 or more hours of care a week, according to a National Alliance for Caregiving report . Being a caregiver is difficult. We all realize that, but can’t always identify ... Continue Reading
  • October 2018 Caregiver Awards Caregiver of the month, Gladys, pictured with office staff Jamie Supino (left) and Teresa Cooney (right) Each month at Griswold Home Care of Raleigh, we recognize two caregivers for their compassion, work ethic, and attitude. The two awards that are given each month are the ... Continue Reading
  • February 2018 Outstanding Caregiver of the Month, Christine Christine has been a caregiver with us for over 4 years, caring for her first client in Franklinton NC. For over 3 years, she cared for a wonderful man suffering from Alzheimer’s. He was forgetful and dependent on others for most things, but his smile never waned. There was ... Continue Reading
  • Outstanding Caregiver of the Month January 2018 – Ernestina Professional caregiving is a unique career. People enter this career for different reasons but mostly because they want to help someone. It’s a passion! They’re just wired that way. Some of our employees have shared stories with us that pull your heart strings and remind you ... Continue Reading
  • Someone Who Cares About You ​ His wife died from Alzheimer’s Disease, and he has lived alone for the past 15 years. He’s in the same home they shared for 40 years, and he’s unable to keep it the way it needs to be. He lives in Raleigh and has a son in Zebulon who can visit him every now and again but ... Continue Reading
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