Our Homemaker Services are provided to Greenwich residents who are having difficulty with everyday activities or need help during times of illness or disability.
Our Homemaker staff are available after an in-home evaluation is completed by one of the Department’s professional staff who establishes need, and develop a Service Plan with the client and/or family.
All of our Homemaker staff complete the Connecticut Department of Public Health’s Health Aide training program or a recognized equivalent, such as Certified Nursing Assistant. Our Homemaker Supervisor routinely makes sites visits to ensure the quality of Homemaker staff work and client satisfaction with services.
Our Homemakers’ services span the following activities:
- Light Housekeeping
- Meal Preparation;
- Dressing Assistance;
- Assistance with Bathing
- (A doctor’s note authorizing this service is required)
An additional service that is offered to residents is Escorted Transportation. Such services are provided to disabled individuals and senior citizens who are clients of the Department. The service includes door-thru-door transportation to medical and legal appointments, Neighbor-to-Neighbor food delivery, benefit application appointments, and language class attendance, including ESL classes offered by the Department.