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Spécialité en soutien à la démence

Durham Caregiver Coaching Services est une entreprise spécialisée en coaching et conseil pour les aidants familiaux de personnes atteintes de la démence offrant un soutien individuel et personnalisé à prix abordable et compétitif.

"Je m'appelle Brenda...Coach pour les aidants. Comment puis-je vous aider?"

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"In the summer of 2016, I had the opportunity to consult with Brenda  when my mother was diagnosed with cognitive impairment and severe addiction issues.  Over several sessions, she offered me excellent advice and tips on dealing with the fear, frustration and anxiety that my mom was experiencing ~ and calmly answered all my questions.  She offered advice on available programs and associations which proved helpful to our whole family. Brenda is patient, knowledgeable and so easy to talk with.  I am grateful to have received support from such an experienced family caregiver and would highly recommend her to anyone." 

~ A.K., Toronto

"I talked to Brenda regarding my mother who had Alzheimer's. Brenda was most helpful in giving our family insight into what was going on with Mom during the various stages of the progression of the disease and the various strategies that we could use to help us make things go more smoothly. Brenda was very practical in her suggestions and supported us emotionally during this difficult period. I would recommend her highly to support anyone going through this situation."

~ D.G.,Whitby

  caregiver

 BILL of RIGHTS

I have the right!

  1. To take care of my own health, spirit and relationships.

  2. To seek help from others even though my care-receiver may object.

  3. To accessible and culturally appropriate services to aid in caring for my care-receiver.

  4. To get angry, and express other difficult feelings occasionally.

  5. To accept help that is offered to me by others.

  6. To receive consideration, affection, forgiveness and acceptance for what I achieve as a caregiver.

  7. To take pride in what I accomplish and to applaud the courage it has sometimes taken to meet the needs of my relative, partner or friend.

  8. To protect my individuality and the right to make a life for myself that will sustain me in the time when my care-receiver no longer needs my full time help.

  9. To expect and demand increased awareness and support to find resources to aid me in caring for my relative, partner or friend.

I consulted with Brenda when my mother Delta started showing signs of dementia. As one of the caregivers for my mother, she was able to provide us with invaluable assistance by offering practical advice regarding how to support her in a caring manner. Throughout the process, we were so thankful to have Brenda by our side due her empathetic and caring nature. She was able to infuse humour and lightheartedness into difficult situations which helped my family and I feel less overwhelmed.

~WF, Aurora 

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Durham Caregiver Coaching Services.

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