3330 N Galloway Avenue, Mesquite, Texas 75150/972-325-6676
Your Home Care Referral Team in Mesquite, Texas
Michael Gibson is the Owner and Director of the local Griswold Home Care Mesquite-Dallas office in Texas. During a successful 25 year career in senior management roles for a major big box retailer and a leader in the restaurant industry, Michael would often imagine opening his own business. He made the conscious decision to leave the corporate world and fully research where he could go from there.
During the last few years Michael and his wife Lori had been dealing with the declining health of a loved one. Faced with unfamiliar options in the area of home care versus assisted facility living, they experienced first-hand the difference in a person’s attitude and demeanor when able to remain in the comfortable and familiar surroundings of his/her own home.
After finding Griswold Home Care and already knowing the impact this type of care can make to those in need Michael knew this was where he belonged. The mission and culture of the 30 year company is a perfect fit. Michael’s many years of customer relations makes him excited to refer caregivers to provide the superior level of care and support the Griswold name is known for.
Michael would love the opportunity to talk to you in more detail about your service needs and desires for personal care, homemaking and companionship services as well as incidental transportation/accompaniment.
What type of care do you need?
Staff members from each office work with you to understand your needs, so we can recommend the home care services best for you and your loved one. Before you’re matched with a caregiver, a coordinator will speak with you over the phone and meet with you in person for an in-home discussion.
- Companion Care – Whether you live across the country or across the street from your aging family members, it helps to know they have someone nearby if they need support. Sometimes the right home care for your loved one is just having a friendly, compassionate companion who visits regularly to sit, chat, and reminisce.
- Homemaking Care – With age or injury, daily household activities and chores can become difficult for older adults. When you choose homemaker services, you’re choosing someone to take care of the little things — freshly prepared meals, no obstacles in the hallways to trip over, and clean clothes to wear. If you’re looking into homemaking services, help usually means an extra hand with daily tasks. Homemaker services for the elderly, seniors, and disabled adults can be a full-time role, or it can be a few hours a week as added support for family caregivers. Your time with your family is precious, and you shouldn’t have to spend it doing chores!
- Hospice & Palliative Care – Palliative care is any type of care that focuses on making a sick person feel comfortable, rather than curing the illness. Sometimes known as end of life care, hospice care is a type of palliative care for individuals who are in the last stages of a serious illness and have decided not to pursue curative treatments. In general, the purpose of hospice care centers on symptom relief, comfort, and emotional-spiritual support.
- Live In & Overnight Care – Needing more support doesn’t have to mean leaving home. You might be be helping mom or dad in their home and things have reached a point where they need more constant assistance. Or maybe you or a family member is having surgery and would rather recover at home. Live-in home care means that a caregiver lives in your home to help with anything from spontaneous needs to planned outings.
- Homemaker Services – With age or injury, daily household activities and chores can become difficult for older adults. When you choose homemaker services, you’re choosing someone to take care of the little things — freshly prepared meals, no obstacles in the hallways to trip over, and clean clothes to wear. If you’re looking into homemaking services, help usually means an extra hand with daily tasks. Homemaker services for the elderly, seniors, and disabled adults can be a full-time role, or it can be a few hours a week as added support for family caregivers. Your time with your family is precious, and you shouldn’t have to spend it doing chores.
- Personal Care -Personal care and hygiene services help seniors and disabled adults with daily activities they once did for themselves, including, but not limited to bathing or brushing their teeth. These in home services can vary widely depending on your needs, but the goal is to keep clients clean, comfortable, and looking their best.
- Respite Care – Respite care for the elderly, seniors, disabled adults, and those with special needs can offer caregivers a chance to take a break from their situation. It’s meant to allow you to recharge emotionally and physically to avoid burnout. Respite care can include things like light housekeeping, personal care such as bathing or dressing, travel accompaniment to appointments, grocery shopping, errands, and more.
For more information, please visit: https://www.griswoldhomecare.com/mesquite/