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CT Dementia Help | CT Elderly Help

Specializing in elderly care and dementia. 

Making each day matter.

Let’s have a chat. Contact me at 860.459.9360

For Family/Caregiver

Kris’s passion is helping families through this difficult journey with their loved ones. A dementia diagnosis can be life-changing for the person diagnosed as well as the caregivers.

For Health Professionals

Kris is a dynamic speaker, skilled at presenting with multiple certifications to deliver difficult topics with ease. She can provide dementia education and training for your staff, professionals in the community, as well as present for your families and the greater community.

What making each day matter means to us.

Making each day matter means that there will be days that are extraordinary. But there will be days that are hard. Supply yourself with the information and skills to navigate both so you and the one you care for can both make the most of each day. 

I have worked in private in-home care and consulting as well as, in both skilled nursing homes and assisted living communities. My roles have been Director of Memory Care and Certified Therapeutic Recreation Director. In these roles, I have taught, learned, and implemented what I’m here to aid – Navigating elderly care 

Meet Kris Cosgrove

Education is so important when you’re talking about caring for a loved one. 

I teach and educate both caregivers and professional health providers on the importance of being supplied with the proper information and skills needed for elderly care. 

We’re so thankful for our previous clients and their happy thoughts 

“Kris is a person with a special ability to know what dementia patients need for care. She also provides such engaging activities. One day she had a hat day celebration. She dressed each lady up in hat and make-up and took pictures to present these photos as Mother’s Day gifts to the families. She made the residents feel beautiful and valued.”

Audrey F

Daughter & Caregiver

” My family had interviewed several facilities for care of my mother, who suffers from dementia. We immediately felt comfortable with Kris and her staff and our instant impression was that Kris truly enjoyed her work. She brought a level of caring and kindness to our family at a point in which we so desperately needed it.”

Dominic S.

Son and Family Member

Kris took wonderful care of my mother during my daughter’s recent three-day wedding festivities. Kris’s warm and calming presence allowed my mother, who suffers from short-term memory loss due to vascular dementia, to fully participate in her granddaughter’s wedding. Kris treated my mother with dignity and respect.

Rani E. D.

Daugther & Family Provider

My mother was diagnosed with early on-set alzheimers at 64.  My siblings and I struggled with what to do, how to react, how to navigate this strange disease that has been slowly taking our mother from us. Kris guides us with simple, easy suggestions for modifications and redirections.  Kris’s knowledge, understanding, demeanor and kindness is far above any expectations we could ever have. 

Nicole Bastiaanse F.

Family member

Resources for you so, you can navigate elderly care and dementia. 

Still, have some questions?                    Let’s schedule a time to talk.

Contact us:

hello@ctdementiahelp.com

860.459.9360

CT Dementia Help     CT Elderly Help

Specializing in elderly care and dementia.

Making each day matter.

Let’s have a chat. Contact me at 860.459.9360

For Family/Caregiver

Kris’s passion is helping families through this difficult journey with their loved ones. A dementia diagnosis can be life-changing for the person diagnosed as well as the caregivers.

For Healthcare Professionals

Kris’s passion is helping families through this difficult journey with their loved ones. A dementia diagnosis can be life-changing for the person diagnosed as well as the caregivers.

What making each day matter means to us

Making each day matter means that there will be days that are extraordinary. But there will be days that are hard. Supply yourself with the information and skills to navigate both so you and the one you care for can both make the most of each day. 

Meet Kris Cosgrove

I have worked in private in-home care and consulting as well as, in both skilled nursing homes and assisted living communities. My roles have been Director of Memory Care and Certified Therapeutic Recreation Director. In these roles, I have taught, learned, and implemented what I’m here to aid – Navigating elderly care

Education is so important when you’re talking about caring for a loved one. 

I teach and educate both caregivers and professional health providers on the importance of being supplied with the proper information and skills needed for elderly care. 

We’re so thankful for our previous clients and their happy thoughts 

“Kris is a person with a special ability to know what dementia patients need for care. She also provides such engaging activities. One day she had a hat day celebration. She dressed each lady up in hat and make-up and took pictures to present these photos as Mother’s Day gifts to the families. She made the residents feel beautiful and valued.”

Audrey F

Daughter & Caregiver

” My family had interviewed several facilities for care of my mother, who suffers from dementia. We immediately felt comfortable with Kris and her staff and our instant impression was that Kris truly enjoyed her work. She brought a level of caring and kindness to our family at a point in which we so desperately needed it.”

Dominic S.

Son and Family Member

Kris took wonderful care of my mother during my daughter’s recent three-day wedding festivities. Kris’s warm and calming presence allowed my mother, who suffers from short-term memory loss due to vascular dementia, to fully participate in her granddaughter’s wedding. Kris treated my mother with dignity and respect.

Rani E. D.

Daugther & Family Provider

My mother was diagnosed with early on-set alzheimers at 64.  My siblings and I struggled with what to do, how to react, how to navigate this strange disease that has been slowly taking our mother from us. Kris guides us with simple, easy suggestions for modifications and redirections.  Kris’s knowledge, understanding, demeanor and kindness is far above any expectations we could ever have. 

Nicole Bastiaanse F.

Family member

Resources for you so, you can navigate elderly care and dementia. 

Let’s talk about how I can aid in navigating your journey.

Contact us:

hello@ctdementiahelp.com

860.459.9360

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