Behavioral dementia care

Behavioral symptoms occur in most people who have dementia.

The factors that influence behaviors can be:

  • biological
  • psychological
  • environmental
No one-size-fits-all intervention exists, and each person’s behavioral management plan will differ.

Behavioral plans are based on the individual needs of a patient.

Medical history
Family dynamics
Social environment
Work experience
Lifestyle preferences
Mental and emotional state

Behavioral plans are tailor-made and include:

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Ketamine therapy

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Medical cannabis

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Music Therapy

Add-on service

Art Guidance

Add-on service

Caregiver Support

Education, resources, and support


Add-on service

Family Therapy

In-person and over the phone

Reminiscent Therapy

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Sensory Modalities

Using sensory-rich experiences