Griswold Home Care of Greensboro / Burlington is a Home Care Agency licensed by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services to provide for the home care needs of individuals and families in Guilford, Alamance, Rockingham, Randolph, Davidson, and Orange counties.
We do not take lightly the privilege of providing services within your home or the home of your loved one. For your peace of mind, our office thoroughly screens all caregivers including a criminal background check, drug screening, references, and a personal interview. Our Griswold Home Care team is committed to providing compassionate live-in care and hourly care, offering 24/7 accessibility, responding promptly to your questions and concerns, and striving to do all this with excellence.
Whether you are a professional making a referral, a potential client, a current client, or a family member, these are the team members you will be entrusting with your current home care needs.
Bruce McReynolds – Director
Bruce McReynolds, is the Director of Griswold Home Care for the Greensboro, High Point, and Burlington area. As a Greensboro resident for over 20 years Bruce finds nothing more fulfilling than assisting seniors and people with disabilities in finding the right care when they are no longer able to live independently on their own. Bruce believes that the most essential element to being a caregiver is having a caring heart to service. Bruce serves on the board of the Triad Retirement Living Association and volunteers with Senior Resources of Guilford.
Bruce and his outstanding care team approach each client with the same respect for their wellbeing as if they are their own family members. Professionally bonded and insured, caregivers share the philosophy that by providing compassionate, caring, and professional care, an aging or disabled loved one can have control and the ability to lead a meaningful and independent life.
Theresa Hagerman – Care Coordinator
Meet Theresa Hagerman, Care Coordinator at your local Greensboro-Burlington-High Point Griswold Home Care Office. Being very close with her grandmother growing up she knew from an early age she had a passion for caring for people that could no longer care for themselves. She has worked in the Home Health Care field for over 20 years, working in homes and in nursing home facilities. With her daughters grown, married with children of their own she spends her time making sure she gives the best care possible.
Nadine Watkins – RN Supervisor
My name is Nadine Watkins RN BSN. I am the RN Supervisor with our local Griswold Home Care office. I have over 20 years of experience from the Acute Rehab unit, Disease Management, Home Health and Cardiac Care Coaching/CPR Instructor. My experience in home health care ranges from infants to the elderly and from patients with medically complex needs to those requiring less assistance. I am a member of the International organization of Multiple Sclerosis in nursing and have been since 2005. Through all my years of experience I have discovered I have a real passion for working with the adult and aging population. I truly find my fulfillment in caring for these individuals as if they were my own family members or parents. I care about both the client and family as a whole. Life’s experiences are not always easy but with a guiding hand and a big heart there is possibility for change.
We are actively involved with the Jean Griswold Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) private foundation established in 2010, which provides grants to select community programs that help people age in place. In 2019, we presented a $500 grant to Senior Resources of Guilford to further its services, which include nutrition programs, caregiver assistance, and its Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program. Senior Resources of Guilford provides a wide variety of independent living programs and resources to low-income seniors who can’t afford them on their own.
Griswold Home Care of Greensboro & Burlington in the news
“As the holiday season quickly approaches, many will struggle with increased feelings of loneliness – especially seniors, who spend more time alone than the average adult. This season, we encourage you to join our efforts by checking on your aging loved ones often.”