I feel so much better since I took part in this program and learned about how to talk to Mom in a way that helps us both. She seems calmer, and I know I am too!
Mary Ann, Caregiver
Before the home visits and personalized caregiver training, I kept getting frustrated. Now I have other choices for how to deal with daily caregiving challenges.
We want to keep the patients in a home environment as long as possible. The idea that an organization like Memory Care Home Solutions can expedite effective services for a patient with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregiver is most exciting. It will provide a better environment for patients and also will save money because hospitalization and skilled nursing facilities are expensive and facilities are taxed in terms of the increasing number of patients. Lisa Baron [Executive Director] is an amazing young women and she has organized this and is moving it along very nicely. It’s a terrific organization.
Dr. William Peck
It has been a pleasure to work with you. I have been amazed by your courteousness, dependability, thoughtfulness, and diligent skill you displayed every time we saw you and talked to you.
It seemed that every time I got depressed and felt like giving up, you or your co-worker called me with encouraging words and your never-failing professionalism in finding new resources. You all have truly been a blessing to us. Again, I would like to convey my appreciation and heartfelt thanks to you. Thanks for not forgetting us. Thank you so much.
May God bless you and your co-worker. Thanks so much for giving us hope.
A Family Caregiver
I would like to indicate my support for Memory Care Home Solutions. I am keenly aware of the needs of our aging populations, particularly for those individuals with dementia and memory impairment. Memory Care aims to assist caregivers of individuals with dementia with at-home, family caregiver training. The population of elderly is growing at a very rapid pace and this not-for-profit has the potential of providing a unique service that will have far-reaching effects for caregiving.
Dr. John Morris