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Relationship-Based Memory Care
is a highly effective, compassionate method of caring for people with dementia.  It is a practical model of care using Penny Garner’s Contented Dementia techniques merged with the therapeutic practices of wondering, following, and holding, which are adapted from Creative Health Care Management’s Therapeutic Relationships Workshop and the book See Me as a Person, by Mary Koloroutis and Michael Trout. It is aimed at decreasing stress for caregivers and promoting contentment and reduced anxiety for those with dementia.

There are two versions of this curriculum available—one for professional caregivers and one for friends and family members of dementia sufferers.

  • For information on Relationship-Based Memory Care for professionals, click here.
  • For information on Relationship-Based Memory Care for friends and family members, click here.

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