Williston, VT -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/26/2019 -- It is natural for some seniors who receive in-home or live-in care in Burlington, VT, and the rest of The Champlain Valley to feel apprehensive about having a caregiver in their home. For family members, a caregiver could be a reminder of the changes in their loved one, and for seniors, in-home care can be a reminder of the things they can no longer do. The professional caregivers at Griswold Home Care value seniors and their loved ones and want nothing more than to aid them in this transition.
The companionship and encouragement they provide are necessary through all types of care. Building a bond with seniors and their loved ones is an essential step in improving their well-being and quality of life in their home. After all, they need to feel comfortable in seeing support and assistance from their home caregiver in times of need.
Both seniors and their family members will ultimately benefit from building a strong relationship with in-home caregivers. A trusting bond will ensure their mental well-being, provide companionship, and offer peace of mind. The best way to build trust and companionship with caregivers is to clearly define needs and expectations. It is important for seniors and family members to be clear and upfront about what they expect so that the caregiver learns the needs, boundaries, and personal preferences of the individual they are caring for.
The Griswold Home Care team is highly trained and experienced in providing a high standard of senior care. Not only are they patient and caring, but they listen actively. Those interested in learning about their wide range of in-home care services in Chittenden County, VT, should visit https://www.griswoldhomecare.com/northern-vermont/.
About Griswold Home Care Northern Vermont
Griswold Home Care Northern Vermont is a non-medical home care agency that has been proudly serving the Burlington, Vermont, area for over 15 years. David Rosen, a Registered Nurse (RN) and Executive Director of Griswold Home Care Northern Vermont, became passionate about the home care industry when he found his grandmother needed care. Since then, it has been his mission to help others age in place and live the most independent lifestyle possible. In addition to David, other devoted staff members include Sue Richardson, VP of Operations, Lauren Chase, Senior Care Coordinator/Community Liaison, and Kim Bombard, Care Coordinator. Sue, Lauren, and Kim work closely with every client to ensure his or her needs are met with the highest level of compassion, professionalism, and customer care. Ultimately, everything about the agency's culture
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