The broader San Antonio community is important to our company. After all, our families and friends call San Antonio home. We not only support our community through our home care services but try to give back as well. We routinely participate in such activities and organizations as the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Alamo Area Parkinson’s Support Group, Alamo Area Home Care Council, First Friday Network and many more organizations and activities that support our senior and challenged populations. We are proud to have founded the Griswold Special Dreams program.
We receive periodic nominations for people that are at the end of life but have a special need or request to be fulfilled. A local board reviews the nominations and selects those that that meet the program’s criterion. Once a nominee is selected, Griswold Home Care of San Antonio energizes community support in granting the nominee’s wish. Needing the assistance of a caregiver does not mean the end of enjoying all that San Antonio has to offer. In fact, the opposite can be true.
Our caregivers are screened using the Department of Public Transportation database to ensure they have clean driving records and can safely transport our clients to the many sites of city. Being elderly or physically challenged no longer means staying at home. With the help of our caregivers you can continue to enjoy such things as the zoo, religious activities, visiting friends and family or a favorite restaurant.
Griswold Home Care of San Antonio North in the News
“Laura McGuire (2nd from left), owner of Griswold Home Care of San Antonio North, this week presented Martha Atkins, executive director of Abode Contemplative Care for the Dying with a grant from the Jean Griswold Foundation. Abode’s mission is to offer compassionate, interfaith and spiritual care in a contemplative community so those who are dying leave this world with dignity and grace. They teach the art of contemplative living and dying.”