United Way helps Trinity Living Center provide services to adults
SALISBURY – Keith Corriher says he wishes he had known about Trinity Living Center sooner.
Corriher’s mother, Virginia, has Lewy body dementia and can no longer safely live on her own. Keith and his brother, Barry, have moved in with Virginia and serve as her co-caregivers. The two brothers also hold down jobs – and that’s where Trinity Living Center comes in.
In July, Virginia Corriher began attending Trinity Living Center two days a week. Those two days allow her sons to continue to take care of her at home and still be able to meet the responsibilities of their jobs.