Guiding Hands Supporting Your Loving and Concerned Hearts

Welcome to Help My Senior

Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia Care Seminar for the Certified Dementia Practitioner Certification

Positive Approach® to Care – Seeing it from the Other Side & Taking Care of You

Overcoming Challenging Situations in Emergency Services for those Living with Dementia

Best Practices in Dementia Care Learning to Give Care Without the Fight

Mission: To assist families and seniors with love and help them navigate through the healthcare system. To educate and empower them with the newest knowledge and training on aging topics applicable to their individual needs.

Our desire is to take our passion and purpose to build community relationships  with partners we trust to support our communities with education and create meaningful relationships for the betterment of those around us.  We want to encourage and implement solutions that create a better everyday life for seniors and to empower their families with knowledge, support senior businesses for growth, and build caregivers up for success allowing seniors to be provided the best care possible.

Our Services

Dementia Training and Certification

Help My Senior offers a variety of training classes and services for our clients and the community.   In addition to caregiving, CNA, and nurse training on the various types of Dementia we also provide CDP Classes for those wanting to get certified as a Certified Dementia Practitioner.

Public Speaking for Dementia Education

We present on a range of different topics related to Dementia for a variety of groups.  Please contact us to share your needs and together we can determine what topic best fits your group’s desires.

“Senior Industry” Business Consulting

As an experienced “Senior Industry” consultant Help My Senior can deliver market expertise, create specialized training programs, develop marketing plans, assist with event planning, and much more

Assisted Living Manager Consultant

Help My Senior offers consulting services with an active manager’s license to ensure that your care home and/or community is meeting all state requirements and providing the very best quality of life to your residents.

Family Resource Program

We offer our family resource program to anyone in need of guidance. There is such a large variety of services and companies out there and we want to make sure you get directed to the right place. We are happy to listen to your needs, recommend a plan of action for you based on what you share, and guide you to the resources best suited for your situation. We are here for you.

Please contact us with any questions you may have and we will help you find the answer.

Client Care Management

Our Client Care Management services involve serving both you and your family.  As your representative we come along side of you to help identify problem areas and to advocate for your needs.  These services include in-home safety reviews, helping to arrange any needed documentation (medical / financial), arranging caregiving services and/or placement services.   As a senior professional we can do it all.    We are here to serve you and make this difficult process as easy as possible.

Community Events Coordinator

With a passion for bringing people together we offer assistance in coordinating and overseeing events both large and small. Please contact us to discuss your vision and see how we can be of assistance.

Upcoming Help My Senior Events

 

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Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia Care Seminar for the Certified Dementia Practitioner Certification

 

Location: Amber Creek Inn

August 16th 2018

07:45am - 05:30pm

This Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Seminar led by an approved NCCDP Instructor will help sharpen the skills of those who qualify and  meet the requirements of CDP Certification. It is important to note: although this seminar is open for all to attend, not everyone will qualify for CDP Certification. For more information on CDP Certification please visit: https://www.nccdp.org/tracks.htm

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Positive Approach® to Care – Seeing it from the Other Side and Taking Care of You

Kathy L. Tuckey, MA

Location: Glencroft Senior Living

September 14th 2018

08:00am  - 04:00pm

An interactive session to help caregivers become care partners and better support the person living with dementia. Included will be a discussion about dementia, assessing our caregiver skills and strengths,

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SPECIAL EVENT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS ONLY - FREE

Overcoming Challenging Situations in Emergency Services for those Living with Dementia

Beth A. Nolan, Ph.D.

This is a special event for EMT's, Law Enforcement Personnel, Fire Fighters, Dispatchers, Hospital Security Officers 

Location: CITY OF GLENDALE, Regional Public Safety Training Center

October 11th 2018

02:00 pm - 05:00 pm 

The ability of emergency personnel to recognize the symptoms of dementia and knowing how to reduce the stress response is critical to a safe, successful outcome to an encounter. This session teaches EMTs, law enforcement personnel,

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Overcoming Challenging Emergency Situations for Those Living with Dementia

Beth A. Nolan, Ph.D.

Location: Glencroft Senior Living

October 12th 2018

08:00am - 04:00pm 

This seminar teaches how to reduce the stress response from a critical to safe, successful outcome. 

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Best Practices in Dementia Care Learning to Give Care Without the Fight

Teepa Snow MS, OTR/L, FAOTA

Location: Glencroft Senior Living

November 2nd 2018

08:00 am - 04:00 pm

This in-depth intensive workshop will help learners use effective strategies for helping people with dementia during interactions, care delivery, and daily engagement.

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Validation Training

Naomi Feil, M.S., A.C.S.W

Location: TBD

November 8, 2018

 Join Naomi Feil, M.S., A.C.S.W., noted author, teacher and lecturer as she shares simple validation techniques to support elderly persons with Alzheimer's-type Dementia. The process is a compassionate and effective approach to supporting disoriented people. This workshop is designed for health and human service workers, families and volunteers who want to learn how to communicate with persons with Alzheimer’s-type dementia. This technique is good for ANYONE! 

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