Whether you are a full time caregiver or providing occasional help and respite care, you deserve all the support we can give. NCBAM is dedicated to being a trusted resource. The ministry’s Call Center has caring people waiting to help. Sometimes a kind voice, a heart-felt prayer, or a hand held as you traverse a myriad of challenges can make all the difference.
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Posted by Debbie Pilson in category on March 29, 2012
A caregiver can be a family member, spouse, friend or neighbor who helps care for someone living at home. Many caregivers would have it "no other way" than to take care of their loved one. Many feel satisfaction over being able to help...read on
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on February 14, 2012
I've been blessed with good health most of my life and have enjoyed the role of care giving. But a recent hospitalization and surgery has taught me some important lessons about care receiving:
One's perspective is quite different depending...read on
Posted by Michael C. Blackwell in category Help/Needs Support on February 02, 2012
I recently read of some writings of John Ed Mathison, a retired Methodist minister in Montgomery, Alabama. He was relating the story of a group of 40 something year old men who had been in high school together. One had been most successful...read on
Posted by Debbie Pilson in category on January 09, 2012
Many people caring for a loved one feel satisfaction knowing they are returning the support their loved one once provided them. They are doing what they committed to do when they got married. Or mom and dad has been so good to us, I have to...read on