The consulting services of Coping Dementia Training work to identify the strengths and areas of concern for the patient and family.

The consulting services of Coping Dementia Training work to identify the strengths and areas of concern for the patient and family.

In-Home Consulting Services

Dementia is difficult for everyone. The family/caregiver grieves daily as their loved one slips away ~ as their memories and abilities diminish.

Working together, strategies for improved care are developed to benefit the individual impaired by dementia or Alzheimer's.

These strategies also keep the caregiver and family in mind to reduce the stress and frustration associated with providing care.

It is critically important for all family members (not just the primary caregiver) to have a better understanding of dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Repetitive behaviors, paranoia, wandering, hoarding, and aggressive behavior are all common for someone who has dementia to experience. Having a plan in place for managing these situations BEFORE they arise will reduce the anxiety for both the caregiver and your beloved family member.

Daily needs will change over time as a family cares for the loved one. Personal care, pain management, nutrition and creating a safe environment are components of our consulting services.

In-home consultation and coaching fees:

Initial Assessment:

  • Approximately 2 hours, $197.00 with one free follow-up visit. You will need to pay prior to the service call. Once your visit is scheduled, click the button below to pay.
  • If located beyond a 30 mile radius, a charge of .50 per mile will be added to fee.
  • Follow-Up Visits: $75.00 per hour with a 1 hour minimum. Additional time will be billed in 30 minutes increments at $35 each.
  • To schedule an in-home assessment and coaching, complete the form below or feel free to call Bernice at 336.391.3144.
  • Please give us 24-hour notice of cancellations or soon as possible. Risk-free money back guarantee if interventions are not effective prior to the next visit. There needs to be evidence that the coaching interventions were utilized.
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In-home assessment of caregivers and loved ones with dementia includes:

  • An overview of dementia and explanation of the associated behaviour
  • Answers to questions about specific symptoms and ways to cope with them
  • Tips for Caregivers to cope with:
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Can’t remember what they just did, but able to recall past events.
  • Asking the same questions over and over again
  • Dealing with the agitated behaviors
  • Changes in personality
  • Why is he/she so paranoid, was never like that before
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