Positive Approach to Care
Developed by occupational therapist Teepa Snow, is a philosophy and methodology of care that has become recognized as the Gold Standard for the Profession.
As the only individual in Citrus County currently certified in Positive Approach to Care, Debbie is excited about her role in bringing this higher standard of Alzheimer’s and dementia care to the Nature Coast of Florida.
Please explore our web site for more information about how you and your organization can benefit.
We endorse the Human Scent Preservation Kit
Exit-seeking and wandering is one of the most dangerous behaviors among individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia. After only a few hours of a person being lost, the likelihood of a positive outcome is not good. Coping with Dementia LLC believes that Human Scent Preservation Kits, providing a pure scent for scent-discriminating dogs, can be the most effective and inexpensive tool for more quickly locating someone who has gone missing.
We are honored to have been chosen by Find-M’Friends as a partner to assist with the promotion and distribution of Scent Kits. Find-M’Friends Inc., is a non-profit organization that provides education on the use of a scent discriminating bloodhound as an aide for finding the missing. Find-M’ Friends distributes human scent preservation kits and provides trained and certified bloodhounds to Law enforcement or SAR handlers.
To learn more about, Find-M’Friends Inc., click HERE
The Alzheimer's Family Organization (AFO) is a community based, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization focused on helping caregivers achieve and maintain a better quality of life not only for their loved ones, but for themselves. It provides services in west-central Florida including Citrus, Hernando, Lake, North Hillsborough, North Pinellas, South Marion, Pasco and Sumter Counties
Coping with Dementia LLC has found a beneficial partner in the Spring Hill, Florida office of Meridien Research. The two companies often team up in educational workshops where Meridien can provide information on the science and medical aspects of Alzheimer’s research while Coping with Dementia focuses on the behavioral aspects of compassionate caregiving.
Coping with Dementia frequently recommends to its clients Meridien Research as a source for free Alzheimer’s screening.