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Hello & Welcome.

Genuine. Trustworthy. Honest.
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Are you a family or caregiver of someone living with dementia and feel you could use some guidance and support?

Are you considering senior living and may be thinking that it’s time to move yourself or your loved one into an independent living, assisted living, or memory care (even if you are not sure if it’s the right time)?

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Are you a senior living community, home care, home health care, hospice, physician's office, hospital or any other line of healthcare? Do you feel that you could use some training and education on how to care for your clients, patients, or residents?

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You are in the right place! We offer services for families & caregivers as well as for professionals

To see a world where, until there is a cure for Alzheimer's Disease and other dementia's, there is quality memory care, staff are confident in the care they are providing and the way they are providing it, and families understand the disease, their options and what can happen with their loved ones each step of the way throughout the disease.

 

Our mission.
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Why Choose Us?

Melissa is extremely passionate about dementia care and realizes there is a growing need for dementia training, especially in the senior living industry. She wants to help everyone understand the need for good, quality care. Melissa is trustworthy, honest and genuinely cares about everyone she serves.

What people are saying...

I attended Melissa's 4 part webinar on Dementia. I strongly urge anyone who loves or works with a person with this disease to follow, consult (free!) and/or attend her talks. Melissa's presentation was so well organized, clear, with great examples from experiences, and she covered a lot in each session. I travelled for first time post-Covid to visit with my mom in her ALF right after the 4th session. Mom has had dementia several years, and it's been hard to deal with but this visit I was at ease with her bc I understood so much better what she was going thru. I watched her behaviors to understand her needs, I stayed upbeat and loving, and tried to go with mom's flow. Such a GOOD visit!!! Thank you!

               ~anonymous

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I've learned that I still have a lot to learn.

I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. 

                                                        ~Maya Angelou