We are Proud to Offer Dementia Support
Our Dementia Support is available to families and caregivers, providing education and coaching throughout the various stages of memory loss. No matter the circumstance, we meet you where you are, making improvements to everyday life.
We are able to customize specific brain activities, using the interests and strengths of each and every individual we assist. The activities serve to nurture confidence and improved connections. Our Dementia Support is lead by Dementia Specialist, Kelly Schneider. Kelly has 10 plus years of experience and is a true champion for people with brain changes and dedicating herself to the ongoing study of learning and positive communication.
Dementia Support includes:
- One on one coaching and goal setting, art, music, writing, games, role playing, outings, & photography and much more.
|Who would benefit from Dementia Support?|
|A loved one who lives in a facility and doesn’t feel comfortable engaging in community programs and would prefer having one on one cognitive coaching.|
“Many people tried to engage my husband with little success. It took Kelly’s creativity and positive approach for my husband to agree to get out of his room and have some fun. Before COVID, they enjoyed exploring museums, going to Blues hockey practices, libraries, gyms, coffee shops until his facility went on lock down. Now Kelly and Kathy do virtual tours, conference calls, online projects, and trivia challenges. They have been a lifeline.” -Heather
A family member who lives on his or her own, but needs extra support to participate in cognitive activities.
“Truthfully, I wish I could be with my sister during this awful time, when she is slipping away slowly. I love that Kelly and the team of caregivers encourage her to paint, and DO IT WITH HER! I love that they do meditation together. And I especially like when Kelly gets her to call me and all three of us converse.” –Julie~
An individual who wants to continue to exercise his/her brain in a fun and nonthreatening way.
“I live by myself and started having difficulty with instant recall. It is very disturbing to have memory issues. Sharon introduced me to Kelly. We do memory games and she teaches me memory techniques. I appreciate her intelligence and her desire to help. It is uplifting to be with her.”-Jackie