Home Care Benefits
From companionship to ensuring there is someone around to look after your loved one’s well-being when you can’t be there, there are many benefits of home care. Here are just a few:
Keeping the Comforts of Home
The chair you love, the backyard with a garden, friends and family that stop by for the holidays, and a kitchen for the morning coffee are all comforts we call home. The #1 advantage of in-home care is keeping the things that you love close by.
The caregiver that arrives at your loved one’s door has only one purpose, and that’s to ensure your loved one gets 100% of his or her attention and quality care. With a Griswold-referred caregiver, providing care is a personal affair. Your loved one gets one-on-one care at the necessary level to achieve ultimate comfort — whether it is Overnight or Live-In Care, or a few hours a day of compassionate Companion Care.
Independence & Comfort
Where is your loved one most comfortable? Where does he or she feel most confident and open to participating in activities? The answer, most likely, is their own home. Not only is the recovery process easier and faster in the calming familiarity of the home environment, but with a range of home care services, your loved one also has the control and ability to lead a meaningful, independent life. These home care services range from medication reminders and assistance with range-of-motion activities to daily chores, meal preparation and grocery shopping.
Family Support & Participation
A quality home care network makes more than just a commitment to only providing a professional caregiver for your loved one. A Case Coordinator is committed to involving your family in the care process and keeping everyone in clear communication. This includes routine calls or visits with your loved one at no additional charge.
Peace of Mind
When you bring a Griswold-referred caregiver into your loved one’s life, you’re doing more than ensuring premium care for your loved one. You’re also ensuring peace of mind for you. In most cases, it’s simply not possible to provide the range and level of care your loved one needs and deserves. With kids, a job and a life of your own, it’s unreasonable to layer the additional demands and responsibility of being a full-time family caregiver to your loved one. Taking advantage of a referred professional caregiver is not giving up on your loved one or being selfish. On the contrary, you’re being selfless by bolstering your own love and support with professional, quality care while enabling you to spend time enjoying their company.