Email me or set up a quick call

If you are struggling to support your loved one with dementia, I can help.
Contact me for a no-charge, no-obligation telephone or video call to explore how.

As a caregiver, do you feel:





Afraid you're on the path to regret?

Barely able to manage some days?

When you’ve completed this 10-week program you'll feel confident in your choices and fulfilled in the knowledge that you're doing your best for yourself and your loved one.

One day you'll be able to reflect back on your caregiving journey as a sacred time of growth, connection, and opportunity. 

You'll feel more: 



Guided and supported along the way

You'll enjoy:

Better relationship with the person you're caring for, and others in their life

Being more in the moment and practicing mindful acceptance

Responding to issues that come up calmly, effectively and helpfully

A more positive and meaningful caregiving experience

Address Immediate Concerns

We start by addressing any pressing urgent needs you may be facing.

Once you're out of crisis mode, your stress level falls and you can think more clearly. You can stop reacting frantically and start responding thoughtfully.

This empowers you to best support your loved one and set up a sustainable and successful caregiving experience. 

Broaden Your Perspective

Once things are under control, we'll take a step back to see what a successful caregiving relationship looks like for you. We'll acknowledge your losses and start the process of grieving them.

This clears the way for you to accept your relationship with your loved one for what it is instead of focusing on what it isn’t.

You'll experience a greater sense of peace. You’ll also reclaim a lot of time and energy. (It takes a lot to continually resist, struggle, and suffer.)

You’ll learn how to communicate more effectively with your loved one, which will translate to fewer behavioral challenges.

The net effect is that your loved one – and yourself – will be able to feel and function at your best.

Create a Plan

By planning ahead and creating a strong support system we will ensure the road ahead is as smooth and peaceful as possible.

We'll create plans for care needs, emergency situations, and caregiver support to help you stay afloat during the toughest times ahead.

Planning ahead means you’re more likely to have what you need when you need it, and enables you to avoid many problems altogether.

You'll have the support, knowledge, and resources to respond to any problems that occur quickly and confidently.  

Ongoing Support (Optional)

When you opt in for ongoing support, we'll continue to chat weekly to address any questions or concerns that have come up.

You'll enjoy a 50% discount off the regular Support Subscription pricing 

Dementia Caregiver Support Subscription

When you opt for ongoing support, we'll chat weekly to address any questions or concerns that have come up.

Just knowing you have someone to talk to can feel reassuring, and having a knowledgeable friend to guide you when needed enables you to respond to the challenges that invariably arise calmly and efficiently.

Together, we’ll address potential problems at the earliest opportunity – when they're still small and most easily managed.   

How Can Behavior Support Help Me
Care For My Loved One With Dementia?

In terms of dollars and cents, this program can easily pay for itself many times over by preventing just one trip to the emergency room or by delaying admission to a care facility by even one month.

But what really matters is the peace of mind knowing you're doing your best for your loved one.

You can ensure they have the best care and quality of life possible - and you don't have to sacrifice your health or happiness to do it. With the right support you can be a fantastic family caregiver, and care for your own needs at the same time.

- Minimize falls and avoid unnecessary hospitalizations, complications, and problems
- Reduce challenging behaviors

- Minimize medications and harmful side effects

- Help your loved one think and function at their best

- Help your loved one remain as comfortable as possible, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually

- Support your loved one to minimize decline and maximize independence

- Enjoy a better relationship with your loved one

- Be at your best for caregiving

- Get more out of your caregiving journey
- Talk to a teammate who will listen attentively
- Connect with resources and tools

- Benefit from a partner with decades of experience

Email me or book a session

If you are struggling to support your loved one with dementia, I can help.
Contact me for a no-charge, no-obligation telephone or video call to explore how.


Wow! This is amazing! I really appreciate your thoughts and effort of writing a detailed report on how I can help my client! Thank you so much! You've really helped me a lot."

Laura Herman

Dementia and Eldercare Professional

For 25 years I've served older adults with dementia
and their families. 

- Direct caregiving
- Therapeutic activities
- Medical care coordination
- Proactive problem prevention
- Training and education
- Resource connection

- Behavior support

Behavior is a form of communication.
When we take time to decipher the message
we all benefit profoundly.

At our core, people with and without dementia are fundamentally the same – we all have the same basic needs, and we thrive when those needs are met.

Dementia affects how the brain works in many ways, including how we communicate. When words don't work, we rely on behavior to relay our message.

What is Behavioral Communication?

Enjoy this quick introduction to behavioral communication or check out the entire ABCs of Dementia video series for more insight.