Mindful Living w/ MMHN
When you or a loved one is diagnosed with Dementia, every day is an unexpected journey. Our accountability partners provide compassionate and caring support so that you and your loved one can come together to enjoy each other’s company and celebrate life at home. Whether you or a loved one needs routine short-term support or requires long-term support you will find the options you need here. We make it easier to live a mindful lifestyle, one day at a time. We’re here, we’re supportive and we’re proud to walk this journey with you!
The Mindful Living
Redefining Mindful Supportive Services
For over a decade, the founder and CEO of MMHN has provided care for persons experiencing memory loss as relates to dementia. As a Dementia Practitioner and an Alzheimer’s caregiver herself, she understands the many questions and worries facing families caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia. MMHN preserves the dignity of people while helping them to remain in the community setting as long as possible with independence.
As a Dementia Practitioner, (Certified by The National Council for Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP) a global leader and pioneer in dementia education and certifications) the founder and CEO of MMHN is helping to transform community supportive living by incorporating your medical and mental health needs along with your physical, social and emotional well-being into your mindful daily life.
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The Mindful Living
Mindful Memory Training
Topics in the training curriculum include but are not limited to:
Overview of Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease: Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment
Effective Communication (Positive Results)
Feelings and Repetitive Behaviors
Wandering, Hoarding, Paranoia, and Hallucinations
Aggressive and Catastrophic Behaviors
Personal Care; Pain, Bathing, Eating, Swallowing, Nutrition, Dressing, Toileting, and Sleep Disturbances
Environment: Changes That Make a Difference
Diversity and Cultural Competence
All MMHN accountability partners complete 8 hours of instructor-led training pre-employment, including the NCCDP Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Seminar led by a certified Alzheimer’s disease dementia trainer. Personal Care attendants are required to have a minimum of 8 hours of ongoing training per year.
MMHN believes in continuing education for all staff to ensure they are exercising the latest techniques to help you or your loved one. The NCCDP curriculum is recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, universities, and healthcare organizations across the country.