An integral part of NCBAM’s mission is to inform, inspire, encourage, and train others to serve the aging. Servant volunteers are at the heart of the ministry. Individuals, churches and professional providers give of themselves to make a difference. NCBAM connects servant volunteers to needs and provides training, encouragement and support. Interested in learning how you can become a servant volunteer? Click here.
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on August 29, 2012
A few months ago I had the privilege of participating in the annual Caregivers Luncheon in Martin County. It was a great event...fun, food, and laughter, planned to provide a little relief for those who are daily caring for aging adults....read on
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on August 12, 2012
Many thanks to the churches, individuals, and groups that provided fans for aging adults during the hot summer months!
Elderly adults are especially prone to suffer in excessive heat. Breathing difficulties, medication, and mobility...read on
Posted by Paige Richardson in category on August 09, 2012
Do I put pressure on people to help aging adults, maybe even beg to get needs meet? Have I ever said, “There’s nothing to it”? Do I make a potential volunteer feel like prey ready to be attacked by the big bad wolf?
My intentions are good....read on
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on August 06, 2012
I'm very grateful for the many NC volunteers who freely embrace the needs of NC's frail elderly. There are indeed hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Christians within our fine state who consistently go about the task of assisting aging adults....read on