MIND in memory care
Moving In Nurturing Directions in Memory Care

Cindy's Blog


When I ask my clients how helpful my consultation has been for them, they invariably respond "Oh my goodness, I can't tell you how much you've helped us." Every person with dementia remains an INDIVIDUAL, who comes from a different background, has different reactions, and has different family dynamics. Those differences will always remain, and when I listen to each individual story, I can then tailor my information on how to best meet that objective of maintaining the safety, happiness, health, and dignity of their loved one throughout the entire process. Issues such as how to make the home safer, how to deal with the car and driving, resources available to help families, how to handle refusals to take medications, to bathe, or dress--the lists can seem endless for families. I not only give them information, I give them choices, peace of mind and hope.

Alzheimer's and Dementia Counseling and Education
call Cindy Keith of M.I.N.D. in Memory Care