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Assessment and
Consulting
Personal Advice and Guidance

 

Home Consults

 

Auditing

 

Quality Management

 

Behavioural Expression Management

 

Care Planning

 

Models of Care

 

Achievement of Better Practice

 

For:

Community Agencies

 

Aged Care and RACF's

 

 The Acute Sector and Hospitals

 

Private Home Environments

 

 

 

 

 

Learning and Development
Workshops
Lectures
Seminars
Conferences
Evidence Based Research
 
 
 
Making a Difference
Supporting an Enriched Lifestyle
Maintaining Independence
Choice and Preference
Respect and Dignity
Stimulating Activity
Creating Uplifitng Environments
Bio-psychosocial intervention
Family Support
Counselling

Lighting up lives, if only a moment at a time.

 

                         “ For the person with dementia,

            the most important moment is the present moment,

           tomorrow can scarcely be imagined or anticipated

                                    or understood.

                  Yesterday is, at best, a dim recollection.

                 People with dementia live in the moment:

                  life is most fully experienced in the now.

                   Our supreme challenge as caregivers

                          is to embrace this attitude of

                               living in the moment.

             It is here we find the best opportunity to experience

                        a measure of joy and fulfilment

                        during this caregiving journey.”

 

Carol Bowlby Sifton - "Navigating the Alzheimers Journey" - 2004

 

 

"I may not speak but I’m still here,

Feel my pain, see my tears,
All you say I can still hear
PLEASE pass it on.
Just a smile as you pass by,
A little wave that says hi,
Is enough to still my cries?
PLEASE pass it on.
So many walk past every day
Without a word, nil to say,
With heavy heart sometimes I lay
PLEASE pass it on.
So the next time you walk past,
Please make sure a smile is cast,
That loving image will forever last",

Norrm - Diagnosed with dementia

7 yrs ago, aged 50 .

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