What Do Caregivers Do?
As a non-medical caregiver, you would support clients with Activities of Daily Living, sometimes known as ‘ADLs.’ ADLs are the activities people do every day, such as dressing, eating, and bathing. You might also bring and accompany a client to appointments, help prepare meals, remind them to take medication, or do laundry. Depending on your training and experience, you may perform other services for clients with physical disabilities or conditions like Alzheimer’s or ALS.
Join the Griswold Home Care Team
We only hire caregivers we would trust in our own homes, so if you are a compassionate, qualified caregiver, we want to meet you! Before you join the team, you will need to pass our screening system. It includes a background check and a multi-step interview process. If you are ready to make a difference in people’s lives, click the link below to join us.