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Caregiver Engagement Series

Regaining your Rhythm and Enriching Your Soul Join us for a morning of soul-enriching fellowship for caregivers and care receivers. Come experience physical, mental and emotional renewal through interactive musical activities and engage in therapeutic gardening activities to help refresh and rejuvenate the soul. Workshop Presenters: Randi Lee, MT-BC, NMT, Board Certified Music Therapist at continue reading…

How to Communicate with your Grieving Teen

  Adolescence can be an exciting time of self-discovery and identity development. However, as adolescents seek more independence, families may find this time filled with disagreements and periods of irritability and frustration. When a young person experiences significant loss during this already tumultuous time, their family may notice unexpected and concerning changes in the teen’s continue reading…

Should My Child Attend the Funeral?

Kids Path counselors are often asked, “Is it a good idea for my child to attend our loved one’s funeral or memorial service?” Our response to this question varies because each situation and child is unique; however, a few specific factors are helpful to consider. Consider Your Child’s Age and Maturity Level Toddlers, preschoolers and continue reading…

Yoga for Managing Grief Stress

The Counseling and Education Center at Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro invites you to participate in this summer workshop for adults. A registered yoga instructor will guide you through simple breathing and stretching exercises designed to help you get energized when you need to face your day and to help you get calm when continue reading…

Caregiving for the Aging Senses Part 3: Hearing

Hearing is a degenerative sense, meaning that it naturally deteriorates with age. The tiny hairs in our ears (called stereocilia) that process sound become damaged with age and exposure to noise. However, some aging people lose their hearing more quickly or profoundly than others. Hearing loss has significant emotional and physical effects on aging people; continue reading…