Melissa Chambers

About us.
Dedicated to being a resource to the community as well as ensuring excellent customer service and care to all she serves.
Who she is.
Melissa Chambers

Melissa Chambers, owner of Melissa Chambers Consulting, began providing her services in January of 2020 after working in the healthcare field for 25 years. She has had a very successful career for the last 14 years in hospice and Senior Living, specifically Assisted Living & Memory Care, which is where her passion for dementia care began.

Melissa is a:


-Personal Care Home Administrator

-Certified Dementia Practitioner (NCCDP)

-Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

     Care Trainer (NCCDP)

-Second Wind Dreams Virtual Dementia Tour Certified                   Trainer


Additionally, she has volunteered as an Alzheimer’s Association Support Group Facilitator for over 12 years, a Community Educator for the Alzheimer’s Association, a Master Trainer in the Habilitation Approach to Dementia Care using the “Caring For People with Alzheimer’s Disease” curriculum through the Alzheimer’s Association, a Dementia Friend and a Dementia Friends Champion through both Dementia Friends Ohio & Pennsylvania.

She has leadership experience in the senior healthcare industry in operations, sales, marketing and education. She is committed to being a resource to the community as well as ensuring excellent customer service and care to all she serves.

Melissa prides herself on being genuine, trustworthy

and honest.

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Her why. 

During her time in Assisted Living and Memory Care, she saw most of her families who had a loved one living there with some type of dementia, completely lost, not knowing what to do, where to turn or how to act around their loved ones.


Additionally through no fault of their own, the staff did not always know the best way to assist their residents or how to react or communicate when they acted in a certain way.


Dementia care is different than any other care and she quickly realized that education and support was desperately needed but she had to learn more to help, so it became her passion to learn as much as she could and her mission to share her knowledge.