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I am a caregiver, friend, or family member of someone living with dementia.

Your role as a caregiver for someone living with dementia can be rewarding, challenging and at times confusing.

As a spouse, adult child, sibling, in-law, or friend, you may find yourself taking on the role of a caregiver of someone living with dementia. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when someone you know has been diagnosed with dementia.

Higher levels of distress are experienced by caregivers of people living with dementia.

Unpaid caregivers of seniors with dementia.
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Caregivers of people with dementia are less likely to access supports and are at higher risk for multiple health issues. High caregiver distress is also a predictor of hospital admission and premature Long Term Care admission.

Finding support for people living with dementia and for caregivers can make a significant and positive difference.

Families do better with dementia when diagnosis and intervention is made as early as possible, and when they are well supported and connected in the community. We work with you and your family to:

Think about the future

Manage dementia symptoms and live well

Identify goals and priorities

Access supports and services

Listen compassionately

Dementia Care Coaches provide compassionate support, tailored coaching, and practical education for caregivers. We support caregivers, family members and friends who are supporting someone living with dementia.

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A Dementia Care Coach provides expert emotional and practical support, and individualized care planning and coordination that improves the quality of life of caregivers, families and people living with dementia.