About Dementia Help Center

 

The road is long, with many a winding turn.

If you’re caring for someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or related dementias, you already know the journey is long and mind-boggling. A formidable challenge, it’s too much for mere mortals and nearly impossible to handle alone. The good news is that you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to Dementia Help Center, a world of resources, solutions, advocacy and a warm, encouraging support community.

 

Lay your burden down.

Our team of professionals is dedicated to doing whatever it takes to get you on track. With solid, evidence-based expertise in caring for those with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, our team has walked in your shoes. Our services include extensive coaching, planning strategy, placement and care management. 

Through it all, we are about advocacy, working tirelessly on your and your family’s behalf. As a coach, author, talk show host, support group facilitator and trusted advocate, Kae Hammond heads up a team that is 100% dedicated to helping you. Our mission: save you time, energy, money and, yes, pain, as you navigate your way down an arduous path. Accurate information is your greatest ally. That includes in-depth understanding and knowledge about the disease you’re dealing with, patterns, characteristics, behaviors and how to manage it all.

 

Get a map. Get directions. Get help.

Dementia Help Center gives you all the help you need with one trusted entity and its vetted network. From home safety requirements to critical communications skills, we work closely with you, having direct conversations about your specific circumstances. We cover every aspect to inform and empower your role as a care partner or caregiver. That encompasses the ability to navigate the blind spots and limitations you may face. Think of us as both a true compass and a trusted companion.

Kae Hammond and the Dementia Help Center team promise an accessible, single point of contact for the universe of services: individual and family counseling, placement (knowing when it’s time to relocate your loved one to a care facility and how to streamline the process), tried-and-true care methods, links, guidelines and invaluable tips, for both the diagnosed and the caregiver.

 

The Action Plan that sets your course.

Dementia Help Center’s proven coaching program offers you and your family a workable, valuable and strategic Action Plan. Giving you a step-by-step set of solutions to handle the myriad challenges of caring for — and worrying about — a diagnosed loved one. And, you also have access to Kae Hammond’s popular support group, a pro bono service to clients that connects you with a community of like-minded caregivers and care partners.

 

Elevating their quality of life. And yours.

Our experience-based approach offers you vetted resources presented with compassion and wisdom. Clients learn to improve the quality of their own lives as well as the lives of their loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. 

At Dementia Help Center, you’ll learn how to optimize and lengthen your loved one’s independence and ability to enjoy life with dignity as you discover how to care for someone else just as important: You.

 

We’ve been there. We can help. Call us at 760.636.6355 or click here to send us an email.

 

Disclaimer: Dementia Help Center receives no financial benefit from any cited sources. The health-related information contained on the Dementia Help Center website is meant for basic informational purposes only. It is not intended to serve as medical advice, substitute for a visit with a healthcare professional, or be used for diagnosing or treating a disease. Your healthcare provider should be consulted regarding matters concerning the medical condition, treatment and needs of you and your family.

Dementia Help Center

Kae Hammond
Founder and President
Dementia Help Center
44-495 Town Center Way, Suite B
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760.636.6355

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