Home Care Resources in Sussex and Kent County, DE
What better place to age in place than Southern Delaware in Kent or Sussex County? From Dover to Fenwick Island, Griswold caregivers provide companionship and stimulation. Seniors thrive in their communities where they can stay active with friends and neighbors.
Non-medical caregivers can assist elders who no longer drive with participation in their church, in cultural, education and historical activities—or just a trip to the beach. Caregivers can help with activities at home like gardening, movies, baking, card games and puzzles.
Families see the benefit of non-medical home care helping their loved one thrive in the community.
Griswold Home Care of Sussex Kent County in the News
“We are proud to announce that we helped raise over $15,000 for the Delaware Hospice, who provides end-of-life care for Delawareans, regardless of financial situation. Thank you to all that came out and helped!”
“I am honored to be chosen by the Connected Commerce Council as a Congressional Champion,” said Beth Copeland, Director. “It was an incredible opportunity to represent the greater Lewes business community in Washington and share my story with Congress on how my business has grown through the use of digital tools… I’m thrilled to be recognized and proud that I was given the opportunity to fight for continued access to these resources.”
“My Griswold office has been operating since 2003, and as Griswold Home Care marks its 35th anniversary, I’d like to thank all our caregivers who selflessly endeavor to improve the lives of our clients, making them feel connected, independent and, above all, dignified. We are honored to work with such amazing, dedicated individuals. Sadly, Jean Griswold passed away earlier this year at age 86, but we endeavor to honor her vision in action every day.”
“On Feb. 16, National Caregivers Day, Griswold Home Care of Sussex-Kent County would like to salute the dedicated professionals who provide vital in-home services to those who need them the most.”
“Coalition Vice President Keith Markowitz said the $500 grant will allow the Delaware Quality of Life Coalition to help achieve its goal that all Delawareans have the information needed to make fully informed decisions about end-of-life issues and care.”
“Giving just a few minutes of your time to ensure a senior’s well-being can be highly rewarding. You might even save a life.”