Caregiver Coaching and Consultation

COVID-19 Update : This service is currently telephone- and web-based to ensure the safety of our clients and staff. We continue to be available for personalized support, education, and resources. Please contact us - we are here to help.

Experienced staff members help caregivers find the best way to provide quality care while still maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

What does a caregiver consultant do? 
The caregiver consultant, or coach, helps caregivers and their families:

  • coordinate services
  • solve problems together
  • cope with daily challenges
  • facilitate family meetings
  • plan ahead

You and your caregiver consultant can meet in your home, at FamilyMeans, or in another location convenient for you.

Our caregiver consultants also are designated by the Stillwater Area ACT on Alzheimer's Team as Dementia Resource Navigators, ready to equip you to work through complex issues, make better decisions, and feel less alone and stressed as you face the many challenges of dementia. 

How do I make an appointment? 
Connect with our staff using this form or by calling 651-439-4840 to discuss your specific need.

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What Else Might be Helpful?

Consider trying one of our online assessment tools or getting a respite break to give you a chance to attend to your own needs.

Caregiver Companion Cards, print at home cards that make it easy for caregivers to discreetly share with others that their companion has memory loss, and ask for their patience. These cards are especially helpful at restaurants and grocery stores, but can be used in many different settings.

How much does this service cost?  

These services are provided to people of all income levels using a sliding fee scale. No caregiver is denied service because of inability to pay. 

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