Category Archives: Caregivers Blog

When Your Loved One With Dementia Acts Aggressively

Hitting, pinching, scratching, hair-pulling, biting, threatening, shouting and swearing are just a few of the aggressive behaviors a person with dementia might display. Have you struggled with any of these tendencies with your loved one? You are certainly not alone. And trying to correct these behaviors often leads to frustration and sadness because those with continue reading…

How to Avoid Yet Another Bath War

If you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, you know bath time can be a real battle. Your loved one or resident may say “I just had a bath!” or “Get away from me!” Sometimes, the individual can even become aggressive. Why do people with dementia struggle so much with bath time? continue reading…

Corks for Kids Path Marks Its 10th Year

November 17, 2016 (GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA)– This coming March, Corks for Kids Path will celebrate a decade of bringing people together to support medically fragile and grieving children. Since its creation, the event has become Greensboro’s premier wine-tasting experience, generating more than $830,000! Eager to build on that success, volunteers are hard at work planning continue reading…