Is Dementia Overwhelming Your Relationship?


Are you or someone you know finding it difficult to navigate the dementia journey?

Help is only a phone call or email away.
Whether your role is:
• Family member
• Business professional
• Faith community
• Health provider
If dementia is overwhelming your relationship, contact Dr. Cate, Dementia Coach for consultation.
With decades of professional dementia care experience, a Master’s in Thanatology and a PhD in Aging Studies, Dr. Cate will provide direction and referral to assist.
Call 813 384-7571 or email for initial consultation. 20% off those who mention the website.

How can Dr. Cate help families?

Dr. Cate’s decades of personal and professional caregiving  provide the objectivity, creativity and compassion to assist you in your caregiving relationship.  Working from both the healthcare and the recreation perspective, Dr. Cate’s perspective includes the whole health of both caregiver and individual with dementia.  Her training has reached individuals  as well as faith communities and healthcare organizations.

  • Telephone, video chat, email coaching
  • Memory Engagement™, individualized engagement plan for family

We reached out to Dr. Cate for suggestions on improving our secured memory unit and were pleasantly surprised with her thorough and thoughtful suggestions.Dr. Cate’s professional training and experience along with her seasoned perspective was obvious in her proposal from environmental changes to staffing and activities.  Her passion and dedication to dementia is remarkable.  We look forward to working together with Dr. Cate.  Son of Individual with Alzheimer’s

How can Dr. Cate help professionals and community leaders?

  • FL Certified ALF Alzheimer’s and Related Dementia Training
  • Creating a Thriving Environment™ Training
  • Memory Care Community Design and Marketing
  • Grace-Filled Alzheimer’s Care training for faith communities
  • Partnering with Leading Eldercare companies to improve quality of life

“Dr. Cate is a highly energetic, enthusiastic and compassionate professional who speaks from personal and professional experience. She has heart and an infectious laugh that warms your “soul”.
Business Development Specialist, Arden Courts

“After decades of dead ends with social workers, hospitals and mental health professionals, Dr. Cate was the one expert who could finally unravel the root cause of our parent’s bizarre behavior. And she did it in only a few sessions. Her kind, patient and calm presence is a welcome relief for any family member struggling to understand the complex world of dementia. I highly recommend her to anyone searching for answers to this debilitating disease that affects so many more people than the one person who has it.”

— Daughter of family member with dementia

5 Responses to Is Dementia Overwhelming Your Relationship?

  1. Wanda Barker says:

    I would like to RSVP for the Memory Café in June at the Park Station in Pinellas Park for 2 adults. Please tell me how to do this. Thanks

  2. Cate says:

    RSVP @ or 813 384-7571. I will email you, thank you

  3. Bruce barnet says:

    We want to speak to u about participating with your cafe

  4. Emma Crozier says:

    Hi Cate

    I am currently CEO of a global health communications business but I am leaving to pursue other opportunities next year. This move has been prompted by the experience of the last two years of my father’s dementia. Dad was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s and was able to enjoy life (with some adjustments!) for the first 10 years of living with his disease. I am exploring options for working in the dementia space and would love to talk to you about what you do and your opinion on where innovation and investment is needed to support families surviving and as much as possible thriving with dementia. Em

  5. Bob Griswold says:

    Thanks for your text. We are happy to have met you and look forward to many mor time together. Mrrry Christmas celebrating ALL her has done for us.

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