Home Care Giver (Current Employee) – Westminster, CO – October 11, 2017
They are flexible and will work with you on availability. The people in the office are good people, they don't have any benefits at this time but they do pay for mileage if you use your car to run errands, shopping appointments and at times give you a gift card.
good place to work, wonderful clients, not stressful.
Nice company to work with, pay is fair and great boss.
PCA/HHA (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – September 30, 2017
I enjoyed working here because the staff itself and boss are very supportive and great to get along with. Management was good with communication with each other, which made work go smooth. This was not my first time doing home care therefore I was very familiar with the line of work.
Taking care of someone in need of care. Making that person day better/easier.
No set time to take a break, Next aide running late/call off last min.
Home Health Care Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) – Westlake, OH 44145 – September 14, 2017
I gained a lot of experience at my time at Griswold but felt there was not a lot of room for advancement. i learned a lot about compassion and strong communication skills. I enjoyed taking care of my patients and working closely with the staff. The hardest part was dealing with the loss of someone I was caring for. The most enjoyable part was being able to provide support and assistance for the elderly.
Caring for the Sick and Elderly, No Benefits no advancement, Ipaid out of pocket for any other certifications such as Med Cert, and MY CNA license renewal . No advancement. there were many entities to this job besides physical Care. there had to be interaction either games reading had to create my own weekly schedule with meals being inclusive. Giving my clients incentive, a will to live ,
Referral Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bloomsburg, PA – August 5, 2017
Small Office but hard work was recognized and appreciated. I was able to be passionate about the company and my job. No two days were ever the same but the balance of caregivers and clients was wonderful.
Working for Griswold Home Health Care has broadened my perspective on home health care.
Home Health Aide (Current Employee) – Westlake, OH – August 2, 2017
Caring for the elderly to help them with every day needs. I learned how compassion and understanding can change a persons life. The hardest part of the job is loosing someone you have a special bond with no matter how long you've known them. The most rewarding part of the job is to be able to be there for people when they need you the most and being able to have them stay in their homes and help them be independent for as long as they are able.