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For Immediate ReleasePRESS RELEASE: New Website Launch
November 11, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Remembering 4 You Launches New Website
Improved Caregiving in Alzheimers and other forms of dementia, Training and Consulting/Coaching Services(Mapleton, ME) Remembering 4 You a leading support, information, training and coaching website for caregivers and providers of services for individuals with Alzheimers and other forms of dementia worldwide announced its new website which features state-of-the-art support, challenges both caregivers and institutions to put a new show on the road. The new website showcases three main areas: Family Caregivers, Professional Caregivers, and Institutions. This website was written and maintained by its owner/operator Dr. ƒthelle G. Lord. Her TeleClass offerings augment effective communication skills of caregivers and management, negotiating partnership agreements between family caregivers and institutions, and learning a new language called Alzheimers Remembering 4 You is truly an innovative way to provide support and training to the Alzheimers caregiving communities all over the world. Because Ive been there says Dr. Lord, the information contained in this new website quickly addresses problems and offers solutions to issues by providing cost-effective means of improving the level of care. Partnership with family caregivers is a brand new perspective that has never been explored in the marketplace and whose time has come. Too many family caregivers shy away once their loved ones need to be institutionalized with Alzheimers. Dr. Lords partnership agreement assures that family caregiver maintain the primary caregiving role and consider moving from a one-on-one (home care) caregiver position to a one-on-seven, or more (institutional care) caregiver ratio.

Whether you are new at caregiving or an experienced caregiver to a person with Alzheimers or another form of dementia, this website is for you. If you are a provider of long-term services to individuals with Alzheimers or other forms of dementia, you have now been challenged to put a new show on the road. Share your story. For more information, please visit www.remembering4you.com or call (207) 764-1214 today.
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