Struggling with caring for a loved one with dementia? Become a master of managing dementia behaviors in a loving way!
What if there was a process, that, once learned, could make your life easier as a caregiver for someone living with dementia? That could radically transform the daily struggles, the arguments and the frustration, from dealing with a loved one who acts stubborn or mean? Would you want to know that process?
Well, I’ve got it!
I’m Dr. Rita Jablonski and I’ve been helping family caregivers of people living with dementia successfully prevent and manage the refusals, the “say no’s” and many other behaviors that make both you and the person living with dementia miserable. I am a nurse practitioner and researcher with 40 years of clinical experience caring for people living with dementia in hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics. I’m also a federally funded researcher who has published my findings in professional, peer-reviewed journals. I also have a book, “Make Dementia Your B*tch: An Easy Guide to Understanding and Handling Dementia-Driven Behaviors.”
When you are able to use my approaches when caring for a loved one with dementia, then you can easily prevent many of the behaviors that are driving you crazy right now. Once you know how to respond to your loved one saying “no” or telling you “I already had a bath, I don’t need another one,” then you can get the care done without both of you becoming upset and angry. When you finally have peaceful and less stressful interactions with your loved one, then you feel happy and reconnected to your family member. So that is what this video is about…are you ready to embrace a better caregiving experience?
Now…I’ve helped hundreds of family caregivers of people living with dementia prevent and manage challenging behaviors. I’ve helped these same caregivers understand where the behaviors are coming from and how to change their approach. But when I first started out, I was a nursing assistant trying to figure out how to give people living with dementia a shower without getting my hair pulled, or getting smacked. Forty years later, I’m in a different place, where I can get the most challenging person into a shower or even help them brush their teeth without a fight. And it all started with me learning nearly 20 years ago that a lot of the refusal behaviors are caused by brain changes.
I don’t think you want to spend a lot of time like I did, stumbling onto solutions by trial and error! I can save you so much of your precious time and energy!!
Now at this point, the big question is, does my program actually work? Yes, it does. I have publications that show that my strategies do work, and that I can successfully show caregivers how to use these strategies to avoid and manage care refusals, those stubborn and mean behaviors.
But before I tell you more about this program, I have to be upfront, because this is an online program with a lot of interaction with me, so I have to limit the number of people. Registration will be open for 5 days. Then I’ll close registration and start the program.
Since you’re here, either you’re a caregiver dealing with a lot of difficult dementia behaviors and you want to figure out how to reduce and manage these behaviors so that you can have a peaceful and satisfying relationship with your loved one, OR you are just getting started on the dementia caregiving journey and you want to be prepared for any behavior that comes your way. Whether you have been caring for your loved one for several years, or you are new to the dementia journey and your loved one has just been diagnosed, this program will help you become a confident and competent caregiver, ready for whatever behavior pops up.
So first off, when you join the Confident & Competent Dementia Caregiver program, you get access to 5 modules where I will walk you through all of the steps to understand, prevent, and manage many types of dementia behaviors. This information is pre-recorded and available in both video and audio forms, so that you can watch or listen on your own schedule. In addition to those video and audio files, I host six biweekly live group video calls with me to ask questions and get individual help.
I have some bonuses, too. I have a quick-start guide to help you immediately change how you communicate with your loved one. This guide contains the information I share in my clinics with family caregivers. I also have a list of different community and government resources that might help you out with caregiving costs. That list alone will save you hours of combing the internet! And the coolest bonus? Three one-to-one, 30-minute private consultations with me–one at the beginning of the course so that we can talk about what you want to get from the course; one in the middle to help you with any behaviors that you are still struggling with; and one at the end, to help you move forward with potential future challenges that you may face on the dementia journey. These consultations alone are a $600 value.
And after the program is over, you will still have access…so that you will be able to go back over the material when you need it or if you encounter new behaviors. You’ll find that the ability to review the material as often as you like—on your own schedule…is simply priceless.
You will also get access to my private FB group where I have monthly live webinars. These live webinars are great opportunities to post questions and get more support.
The bottom line is that we are going to cover a lot of ground during this 12-week period, plus you will have opportunities to bring questions and challenges to the live video calls and get the tailored help that you need. You are going to come out of the other end with the skills you need to easily manage the very behaviors that may be creating a lot of stress for you and your family right now.
By now, you are probably wondering what the cost for the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving program will be. Your investment in the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving program is just $998 or $249.50 a month for 4 months if you use the Paypal payment option.
Remember, if you want to make your life easier, improve your relationship with your loved one with dementia, and handle not just care refusals but other behaviors that happen in the dementia journey, then you have to do more than seek out answers on FB groups or YouTube videos. Think about how your life will be different if you commit to signing up for this program.
So go ahead and click the button below and join me in the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving Program.
One last thing I need to mention…this is a limited time offer. You see, Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving Program is only open for a few days—5 days—and then I close down registration and start the class.
If you want to get in, then you need to act quickly…because the registration window is never open long.
However, if you miss out…well, please don’t freak out or anything. I will be offering another chance at the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving Program in August. If you are not ready to sign up today, then maybe this August will be the right time.
If you’re ready to experience a better caregiver experience with less arguing and frustration, then your next step is to click the order button below and get registered for Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving.
You have a full two weeks after the program starts to see if Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving is right for you. If you decide that it isn’t, just let me know and I’ll gladly refund your money. No hassles. No hard feelings.
One last thing…
I am not some dementia behavior magician. I made some discoveries in my research 2015 years ago and I have been developing and adding these strategies to my toolbox, finally bringing everything together in the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving Program. I have been constantly working on it…refining it…adding to it…perfecting it.
The result is a method, a system, a process that can be applied very successfully over and over—and that addresses behaviors throughout the dementia journey.
If you are ready to stop the fighting, the refusals, the hassles, the frustration, the fear that you are doing something wrong, then your next step is to click the order button below and get registered for the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving Program.
Now is your time. It’s time to step up. There has never been a better time…but you have to act now…registration is closing soon. Now is the time to act. Enroll in Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving and say yes to understanding and handling care refusals plus many of the other behaviors that you are dealing with, so that you can have an easier experience and reconnect with your loved one.
Click the button and join me now. This is YOUR time, and I’d love to serve you in becoming a confident, competent, and prepared dementia caregiver.
You have a big decision to make. I can’t make it for you…the only thing I can do is tell you that the Confident and Competent Dementia Caregiving Program works. It has worked for me when I cared for a family member with dementia. It has worked for hundreds of family caregivers with whom I’ve worked for nearly the past 10 years.
Click the button now and I’ll see you in the program.