Category Archives: Kids Path

Talking to Children about Serious Illness

Five Myths, Debunked When there is a serious illness in the family, children need to trust the adults in their family more than ever. Changes can be confusing, from the disruptions to daily routines to the changes in their loved one’s physical appearance. That’s why it’s so important to communicate openly and honestly with children 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…

Five Things to Know About The Grieving Teen

Adolescence is always difficult, but adding a loved one’s serious illness into the mix can make this time even more complicated. The needs of a grieving teenager are unique and shouldn’t be overlooked. Following are five important things to know about the grieving teen. 1. Teenagers need to share in the family’s grief process. Many continue reading…

Returning to Routine After a Loss

Kids Path Bereavement Counselor The return to normal activity (school, sports, after-school activities, etc.) can be challenging for children and teens. The following steps may help ease the transition. Step 1: Communication with the Child Engage in a conversation with your child and review the following: What worries or concerns does he or she have continue reading…