AlzBetter helps families and health care professionals with Innovative Dementia Programs
Struggling with dementia care?
Evaluate your loved one’s dementia and find solutions to problematic behaviors
Assess your loved one’s Stage of Dementia
Use our calculator to assess your loved one’s Stage of Dementia
Identify problem behaviors & find a solution
Take our care partner Targeted Stress® Assessment
DID YOU KNOW?
Families utilizing the AlzBetter program saw a 35% reduction in care partner stress compared to those not utilizing our program.
Who we impact
Families and Individuals
Families can reduce care partner stress and improve the quality of life for their loved ones with our revolutionary AlzBetter App or work with a Certified Virtual Dementia Coach
Health Care Professionals
AlzBetter works with with healthcare professionals and organizations such as palliative care, physician practices and prayers to bring state-of-the-art dementia programs.
Home Care Agencies
AlzBetter partners with private duty home care agencies to offer training for your staff and a Medicare benefit for your clients,. Provide the best dementia care in your area and establish your niche
Employers & EAP's
AlzBetter supports your employees who are caring for a loved-one living with dementia with both self-help and coaching programs to help minimize employee stress and improve productivity
A patient-centered approach that places equal focus on supporting both the person living with dementia and those who assist them
Our training has been reviewed by a team of leading physicians, as well as the Alzheimer's Association®. Every topic meets evidence-based guidelines for dementia care.
Clinicians, coaches and behavioral health experts who communicate and work as a team. All providers have taken and passed the AlzBetter training and certification
Dementia: The Importance of Establishing a Bathroom Routine
Establishing a regular bathroom routine can help to promote the individual’s dignity and independence
Dementia’s effects on hospitalizations for people living with dementia and how to prepare
Dementia is a progressive brain disorder that affects millions of people worldwide.