Saturday, November 2, 2019 Invitation to follow soon with more details about sponsorship packages, advertising opportunities and general information to donate in-kind services and items for the silent and live auctions silent and live auctions. Sponsor tables for 10 @ $1,500 – $2,500 and $5,000. A reserved table I@ $95 per person and open seating […]

Save the Date 2019 – Baba’s Dance – November 2, 2019

Invitation to follow soon with more details about sponsorship packages, advertising opportunities and general information to donate in-kind services and items for the silent and live auctions silent and live auctions. Sponsor tables for 10 @ $1,500 – $2,500 and $5,000. A reserved table I@ $95 per person and open seating @ $85 per person. […]

Welcome to the New Baba’s Bunch Website

We’re very excited to launch our new and improved website. Our goal is to make it easier for family caregivers to access resources that will help them care for their loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease and other Dementia’s. We’re very excited to launch our new and improved website. Our goal is to make it easier […]

All Caregivers Need Support

Nearly 15 million people are caregivers to someone who has Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementia. Those of us who have cared for loved one know how difficult it can be. There are days when we’ve felt pushed to the max, question our own quality of life, and wonder how our other relationship can possibly survive, […]

A Doctor’s Advice For An Alzheimer’s Patient On Sundowning

Sundowning is a common problem in dementia patients, characterized by lack of sleep and high levels of anxiety and delirium. It impacts the  safety and well-being of both the patient and caregiver. The big question is “How long does it last?”  According to Dr. Barry Baumel, Division of Cognitive Disorders at the University of Miami School […]

Happy Mother’s Day From Our Founder, Tony Friguls

To All Caregivers whose Mother’s have Alzheimer’s Disease or any Dementia. “This is a day to remember and honor all the mothers but especially those, who for no fault of their own, were robbed by Alzheimer’s of their ability and desire to continue taking care for others; the tables are turned, now our most important […]

Figuring Out Strategy For Eating Well For Dementia Patients

This blog was originally posted on the website of Seniority Matters, a local South Florida Advisory and Referral Company- It also appeared in the Miami Herald. My husband has dementia. Recently he has lost a lot of weight —and I’m concerned. We went to a gastroenterologist and after a complete work-up it was determined that it […]