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Educational and Personalized Coaching for Family Caregivers
  • Are you concerned about the changes in your family member’s behavior?
  • Do you feel unsure as to what to do or say around him/her much of the time?
  • Are you frustrated with your loved one’s resistant behavior?
  • Do you have serious concerns about your loved one’s safety?
  • Has your loved one been diagnosed as having Alzheimer’s?
  • Would you like to be able to better understand the changes in your loved one’s behavior and improve your relationship with him/her?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, a StilMee coach can help!

Caring for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be challenging. Just as every person suffering from memory loss is different, so is the approach to caring for a person with memory loss.

Our coaching services include:
  • Informative and supportive coaching in the home.
  • A safety assessment with solutions for problem areas.
  • A written, personalized behavioral care plan.
  • Telephone and email support.
  • Information about additional quality resources near you
  • A planning strategy for future needs.
  • Ongoing supportive coaching.
Moving your family member into an assisted living or long term care facility? StilMee coaching is available to help you and your family with this transition.

Contact a StilMee Coach now

Educational Programs and Staff Training

As the leader in dementia and Alzheimer’s coaching, StilMee coaching offers educational public presentations, CEU programs, staff training and in-services. StilMee coaching provides trainings for staff with a two hour minimum. Nursing and social work CEU presentations are available as well as educational presentations for the public. We also offer family coaching to assisted living residences to address the needs of families with a family member with a memory disorder.

Our phone coaching service is available globally.

Contact us for StilMee Educational Programs and Training
 



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Support Groups
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