Current Approach vs. Montessori Approach

At the Montessori Alzheimer Center, we are committed to giving you proven, functional strategies and tactics to resolve – among other things – the communication difficulties and confusing behaviors often experienced by caregivers, practitioners and those with Alzheimer’s disease.   All of our programs are geared to implementing person-centered approaches to care. Take a look at…

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Relearn everyday gestures

Relearn Everyday Gestures

Relearn everyday gestures thanks to the Montessori Method Are you living with Alzheimer’s and having difficulty adjusting emotionally? Do you have a hard time understanding and accepting your condition and facing new challenges? Do you want to continue living with a quality of life as long as possible at home, while pursuing your activities and…

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Helping caregivers in their daily lives

Helping caregivers in their daily lives How does the Montessori method adapted for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease provide support and a solution for caregivers in their daily lives? Following a diagnosis of cognitive impairment in a loved one, the caregiver considers himself or herself capable of meeting the challenge alone and often for a few…

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Putting a smile on your face

Putting a smile on your face while living with cognitive impairment.  Do you perceive the disease as a loss of identity and individuality of the whole person? In his book “The Myth of Alzheimer’s Disease”, author Peter Whitehouse proposes a redefinition and reconstruction of our language about the disease. According to him, our perceptions of…

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