Being a caregiver for a loved one with dementia can be challenging, but don’t think you need to do it on your own. Bayshore Memory Care is now offering a complimentary educational series designed to help you make the best decisions for your parent or spouse.

This Tuesday, Dr. Karen Truman will present "Remember Yesterday, Honor Tomorrow; Dementia and the Aging Process".

She will discuss topics like the power of good nutrition, tips on how to be sincere rather than argumentative. And how to develop routines and predictable schedules, while relying on family members and other loved ones when needed.

This event is complimentary and will be held this Tuesday June 30th at 11am in the Naples Daily News Community Room at 1100 Immokalee Road. A light lunch will be provided and RSVPs are appreciated.

For a complete seminar schedule and to RSVP for this Tuesday, call Bayshore Memory Care at 777-9877 that’s 777-9877.


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Dementia Caregiver Resources, Inc.

Empowering Dementia Caregivers to Reclaim Their Lives

Welcome to the Dementia Caregivers Resources website, created by nationally renowned Approved Dementia Care Trainer Karen (Karle) Truman, PhD, to provide information, support and referrals for individuals and professionals who care for Loved Ones with dementia.

"My own personal caregiving journey began years ago when my maternal grandmother developed memory loss.  Over time, my family had to make hard decisions and eventually placed my grandmother in a nursing home. I was just a little girl, but it made a big impression on what my life'work was eventually going to be."
- Karen (Karle) Truman, PhD

There are many forms of dementia, including Alzheimer's and Lewy Body. No matter what type or stage of dementia you and your Loved Ones are dealing with, our mission is to help you along your life-affirming Caregiving Journey.        

You are Not Alone    

Being a caregiver is a difficult task.  Being a caregiver for someone who has Dementia is an extraordinary challenge that can impact your life.  Yet, we want to assure you that you are not alone.

Dr. Karen (Karle) Truman, founder of Dementia Caregiver Resources, Inc. and author of the Dementia Caregiver's Little Book of Hope, shares her experiences, insights and advice to help caregivers every step of the way.

For more information, or if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us — we're here to help you on your Caregiver Journey!


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