At Sterling Care, we believe that families deserve options. Should you wish to care for a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s on your own or keep your current caregiver, we can provide you with our myDAES – my dementia and Alzheimer’s everyday support coaching program.
The myDAES Coaching Program works in the following way:
Our dementia care coach will provide an initial assessment of your loved one’s level of dementia and setup a client profile within our online dementia care portal. Additionally, for the first month, our dementia care coach will provide up to five of the client’s family members, friends, or privately paid caregivers with a maximum of 6 hours of initial training and 6 hours of coaching time.
Online Access and Training
With our coaching program, you and up to 5 of your caregivers will be granted online access to our dementia care portal and online educational materials.
Through our coaching program, you or up to 5 of your caregivers will have a maximum of 6 hours of coaching time with our dementia care coach.
Caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s is a complicated process, that is why we ask that families who wish to care for a loved one alone sign up for a minimum of three months of the myDAES coaching program.
myDAES is powered by AlzBetter – a patent pending complete and innovative dementia care system approved by the Alzheimer’s Association.