Dementia Care Solutions

Unlocking the Doors to a Better Dementia Care Experience

Dementia Care Solutions

Unlocking the Doors to a Better Dementia Care Experience

Services for Dementia Care

Consulting

Looking to learn skills to manage your challenges?

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Coaching

Need in-person modeling of the skills?

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Support

Needing ongoing support as you gain comfort and competence in your skills?  

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Training

Have staff or a group interested in learning more about solving challenging situations?

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Champion Courses

Consulting

Looking to learn skills to manage your challenges?

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Coaching

Need in-person modeling of the skills?

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Support

Needing ongoing support as you gain comfort and competence in your skills?  

Learn More

Training

Have staff or a group interested in learning more about solving challenging situations?

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Start the change for a more positive dementia care experience today.

Hi, I’m Sheri!

I have a Master of Social Work Degree, Trainer & Consultant Certifications through Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care and over ten years of experience working with the elderly and their care partners.

I understand the challenges care partners experience and the “know how” to support them in their efforts to provide care and solve challenging situations.

In my experience, I often hear care partners ask themselves, “What more can I do?”

There is so much more you can do, and I’d love to teach you about it.

My Approach

It’s important to me to know who you are and your relationship with the person with dementia.  You know more than you think you know and I’m here to affirm you in your journey so far.  I also know that the path in front of you is bumpy and crooked and not always easy to navigate.  Learning what the person with dementia needs from you is not always what you think.  I’m here to be a detective with you.  I will tailor my services to meet your specific needs.  Every situation with dementia is unique and the key to the solutions must be equally unique.   

How it Works

Let’s start with a free 30-minute consultation.  I’d love to hear from you and understand what your experience is and discuss how my services could be helpful for your unique needs.  Then we will schedule an initial meeting where I will learn more about you and the person with dementia. 

Your values, strengths, struggles, and joys are an important part of the journey to come.  During this initial meeting we will discuss what your desired outcome is by working with me and we will create a care plan that will guide our next steps.  This is where your care plan is individualized, and goal driven.  I can support you as much or as little as you need. 

Every step you take from this moment further will lead you down the path of a better experience with dementia. 

Hi, I'm Sheri!

I have a Master of Social Work Degree, Trainer & Consultant Certifications through Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care and over ten years of experience working with the elderly and their care partners.

I understand the challenges care partners experience and the “know how” to support them in their efforts to provide care and solve challenging situations.

In my experience, I often hear care partners ask themselves, “What more can I do?”

There is so much more you can do, and I'd love to teach you about it.

My Approach

It’s important to me to know who you are and your relationship with the person with dementia.  You know more than you think you know and I’m here to affirm you in your journey so far.  I also know that the path in front of you is bumpy and crooked and not always easy to navigate.  Learning what the person with dementia needs from you is not always what you think.  I’m here to be a detective with you.  I will tailor my services to meet your specific needs.  Every situation with dementia is unique and the key to the solutions must be equally unique.   

How it Works

Let’s start with a free 30-minute consultation.  I’d love to hear from you and understand what your experience is and discuss how my services could be helpful for your unique needs.  Then we will schedule an initial meeting where I will learn more about you and the person with dementia. 

Your values, strengths, struggles, and joys are an important part of the journey to come.  During this initial meeting we will discuss what your desired outcome is by working with me and we will create a care plan that will guide our next steps.  This is where your care plan is individualized, and goal driven.  I can support you as much or as little as you need. 

Every step you take from this moment further will lead you down the path of a better experience with dementia. 

Make a Difference Today With A

Positive Approach to Care

Do these sound familiar?

Care partners find themselves in a wide variety of situations with a person with dementia only to feel unsure of how to provide the best care while maintaining respect and dignity of the person with dementia. 

There are many symptoms that people with dementia exhibit throughout the disease. 

Do any of these sound familiar to you?

Repeating

Excessive repetition of words, sentences, or stories

Paranoia

Suspicion of their surroundings, friends, or family

Aggression

Abnormal anger and aggression toward people, circumstances, and more

Confusion

Not understanding normal situations or conversations

Wandering

Leaving without knowing where to go or how to get back

Resisting

Increased disagreement and resistance toward correction or direction

Restlessness

Increased frustration for desire to move about

Pacing

Frequent pacing around a room, home, or other environment

Anxiety

Increased and abnormal levels of heightened worry in everyday life

What would your day-to-day look like if you
had the key to managing these challenging situations?

I’m an expert in the field of dementia care and I’m here to provide you with the right service to meet your needs. 

Do these sound familiar?

Care partners find themselves in a wide variety of situations with a person with dementia only to feel unsure of how to provide the best care while maintaining respect and dignity of the person with dementia. 

There are many symptoms that people with dementia exhibit throughout the disease. 

Do any of these sound familiar to you?

Make a Difference Today With A

Positive Approach to Care

Repeating

Excessive repetition of words, sentences, or stories

Paranoia

Suspicion of their surroundings, friends, or family

Aggression

Abnormal anger and aggression toward people, circumstances, and more

Confusion

Not understanding normal situations or conversations

Wandering

Leaving without knowing where to go or how to get back

Resisting

Increased disagreement and resistance toward correction or direction

Restlessness

Increased frustration for desire to move about

Pacing

Frequent pacing around a room, home, or other environment

Anxiety

Increased and abnormal levels of heightened worry in everyday life

What would your day-to-day look like if you
had the key to managing these challenging situations?

I’m an expert in the field of dementia care and I’m here to
provide you with the right service to meet your needs. 

"I have learned so much from your kind, patient teaching and understanding...you are truly a compassionate, hard-working advocate for all those living with dementia."

Annie

"This is by far the best class I have attended!!! So much information presented in excellent, simple terms. I would sign up again to refresh my mind and learn more I may have missed."

Anonymous

"Absolutely awesome. Informative, helpful, encouraging, and hopeful. Thank you!"

Anonymous

"Very helpful! I am a registered nurse of 50 years. So much has changed since my training. Thank you so much, very good information."

Anonymous

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn How to work with me

Do I need to schedule the free 30-minute consult?

Not necessarily.  Your call will always be welcomed.  To ensure we both have a solid 30 minutes set aside, an appointment may work best. 

Scheduling that is fast and easy.  I can usually chat within 48 business hours of the request.

How long is the initial visit?

The initial visit can take 1-2 hours or how ever long it takes.  This is a flat rate visit and I want to make sure I get your important information and provide some good assistance at the same visit. 

What if I need to cancel an appointment?

We all know that caring for a person with dementia can be quite unpredictable. If possible, a 24 hour notice is needed to avoid any “no show” fee.  Because I know that things happen your first cancellation is excused.  I hope to be able to help with situations like this, so they are less likely to happen to you.

Are you able to provide a workshop, training, or presentation to our group or the community?

Absolutely!  Contact me and we can talk about what you’d like.  I can do everything from general dementia presentations to behavior specific presentations, to planning for the future to hands on care tips and strategies. 

Do I have to continue meeting with you after the initial visit if I feel helped already?

That’s great! It is my intent to help as much as I can as quickly as possible.  All visits are voluntary and there is no requirement to continue meeting with me. 

What would an example “care plan” look like?

Care plans are very individual to your needs and your goals.  An example may be, Once a week a one hour in person meeting to provide education, support, and coaching, and a 30 minute phone call every other week for intermediate tips and care suggestions.  The care plan can be changed as needed as well.

Are you able to help if I work for an agency or company?

YES!  This is my dream and passion to help the care partners in hospitals, clinics, facilities, home care agencies, hospice agencies and more add to their dementia care knowledge and make there daily experience with people with dementia the best possible.

Unlock The Key To

Positive Dementia Care

Ready to take the next step?

Email me and tell me briefly about your situation and what you're seeking help with. I will reach out with ways in which I can help you achieve your dementia care goals.

Call

(920)-883-5076

Disclaimer: I am certified to implement the teachings and trainings about dementia of Teepa Snow and the Positive Approach to Care® (PAC). While based on the educational content from Teepa, and inspired by my Certification, views or opinions expressed, and additional content offered here, are representative of me, independent of the PAC organization.

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