Dementia Coaching and Supports

Caring for someone with dementia has its unique challenges.

Through our programs, you can build a sense of community in order to share the joys and challenges of caregiving. With these supports, caregivers learn that they are not alone. You cannot control disease, but you can gain skills to help manage the stress and even find joy in caring for their loved one.

We help you understand the progression of Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia and the impact the diagnosis can have for the whole family.

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Dementia Coaching

One-on-one dementia coaching sessions are available through home visits, telephone, and videoconferencing. During the session, you will gain knowledge specific to your loved one’s dementia diagnosis, get tips for handling changes in behavior, and receive suggestions to help cope with the progression of the disease.

Dementia Caregiver Support Groups

The groups are facilitated by experienced practitioners who create a welcoming place to give and receive emotional support, share ideas and stories, and get needed resources and educational materials.

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I Am More Than My Memory: The Many Faces of Dementia

Linda Puzan, LICSW, Dementia Coaching/Support Group Facilitator at LifePath, teaches various approaches/interventions to use when working with individuals with dementia.

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What people are saying about Dementia Coaching

Mary Chevalier

The help offered was informative, insightful, and useful.

Mary Chevalier