A website redesign is never simple, but it can be super-rewarding.
After two years with our previous website, it was time for a change. You’re looking at the result.
We put a lot of thought into the look, navigation and content to reflect our dedication to serving and supporting families living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. We want visitors to our site to find answers and information about how we provide solutions to their daunting issues.
Everyone on our team has lived in your world. Some of us still do. We know you want to ‘get to the point’ fast.
- Do we know about these diseases and their characteristics?
- Do we really ‘get’ what you are struggling with?
- Can we be the ones to truly help you?
You already have enough mysteries in your life so we made sure you have real clarity about our service offerings and their costs. You need answers to the confusing, painful world you and your family occupy right now, and you need full transparency, honesty and integrity.
The new DementiaHelpCenter.com
We also wanted a website that stands apart. It’s the strongest statement we can make – and a real-life example of the work we do for our clients.
Here we showcase what makes Dementia Help Center unique. It’s not just what we do, but how we do it. We approach each client in a highly personalized, compassionate and pragmatic manner.
Our team is always learning through advanced education courses and earning certifications to provide the most current information and resources in medical care, techniques and services to improve the lives of families living with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia.
In my blog, I’ll share news, resources and messages of encouragement and support. Please read the story behind my cup of peace. You’ll surely appreciate why that cup became so important to me. I’d like to provide you a place of refuge where you can enjoy your cup of peace, too. I’ll look forward to hearing from you about your experiences.
And one more thing, please share the link to our site with anyone else you know is contending with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. We all need a hand on this journey. Our website is DementiaHelpCenter.com.
Take a look around and share your thoughts. We’ve launched, but there’s still a lot to do. Check back for updates, and sign up for our mailing list to be notified of new blog posts, special promotions and other helpful information.
We’re here to help you. Call us. 760.848.4680.
We’ve been there. We can help. Call us at 877.699.3456 or click here to send us an email.