- In crisis mode because your loved one with dementia has experienced a major event?
- An Alzheimer’s or dementia family member feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and maybe even fearful for the well-being of your loved one?
- Watching your relationship change with your loved one with dementia as your caregiving responsibilities increase and they become more dependent on you?
- Feeling guilty for thoughts of starting the search for a higher level of dementia care, including transitioning them to a care community?
- Wanting to feel empowered with steps, a plan, and personal support, as well as be in better control of this Dementia journey?
It might be time for a Dementia guide…
These questions reflect the feelings my clients have shared with me and that I’ve been through on my own 14-year dementia and Alzheimer’s journey with my mom and dad.
I’m here to act as your dementia consultant, a dementia navigator and guide if you will, and walk beside you on your journey so you feel empowered with a plan and have someone to coach you through the emotions and challenges.
How do you pick the right Dementia guide?
If this is your first journey with dementia and Alzheimer’s, you want a guide who has walked in your shoes and invested in understanding senior healthcare and dementia in all aspects. I am a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)®, Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP®), and Certified in Dementia Care® (CDC®). I’ve lived through the decisions, emotions, and transitions, made all the mistakes and come out the other side with a strong purpose to serve families who have loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Right now, you probably want to ease the overwhelming emotions and tasks that most family members endure on this years-long path. We’ll talk through actions and build a plan based on where you are in the journey. Throught these private, one-on-one conversations, I’ll provide you with an objective, independent perspective and savvy guidance so that you can look back on this journey with peace of mind that you did the best you could for your loved one’s care.
Learn what the Dementia Journey looks like here.
You’ll get help with your Dementia care decisions
It’s pretty common to wait until something BIG happens to your loved one or their primary caregiver before your realize how bad things are and that they’re getting worse. Dementia care decisions affect how well both you and your loved one will function for the remainder of your journey.
You need solutions that work for everyone in your family, including your loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s. I’m here to create a customized dementia journey plan with you so you have no regrets or guilt when looking back on this journey. With a dementia plan comes peace of mind.
Don’t you deserve a fellow journeyman to support you during this four to eight years, someone you can trust, who’s been in your shoes?