Care & Caregiver Training

We will work with you or your loved one to identify areas where there are difficulties with independent function in daily tasks. We can focus on maintaining and improving function through building a structured environment and routine. Interventions can include routine-based training for self care tasks, or environmental adaptation such as labeling doors, cabinets, etc to locate frequently used items.

Potential interventions
Environmental Modifications
Home modifications to facilitate independence and safety for now and in the future
Routine Building
Working with you and your family to find a functional and efficient routine. Our main goal is to maximize your independence in daily tasks.
Caregiver Training
Advice on new techniques to complete everyday activities with disease progression
Reminiscence work to help manage long-term memory loss
Signs & Symptoms
  • Memory Loss
  • Difficulty Performing Familiar Tasks
  • Problems with Language
  • Misplacing Things
  • Changes in Mood/Behavior
  • Problems with Concentrating, Organizing, or Planning 
  • Difficulty with Images or Spatial Relationships
  • Withdrawal from Work or Social Activities

Useful Statistics

Every 3 seconds someone is diagnosed with dementia
There are 55 million people living with dementia worldwide in 2020. Every 20 years that number will double. 
“Dementia is a collective name for brain syndromes which affect memory, thinking, behavior and emotion, and is the leading cause of disability and dependency among the elderly. Each person experiences dementia in their own way, but generally those affected eventually need help with all aspects of daily life”