Finding Solutions to Promote Healthy Outcomes and Quality Care for Dementia Patients Through Non-Pharmacologic Solutions for Health Professionals, Caregivers and Families.

Multi-modal Approach

Each service is dedicated to a solution driven mission around how health providers, health systems and families alike can create better interactions, meet changing needs, preserve relationships, and improve quality of life and outcomes for individuals experiencing cognitive changes while promoting a least restrictive environment.


Nice to Meet You… Again

“Nice to Meet You Again” is a fantastic story of boy who is struggling with his Grandpa’s Dementia.  His Mom not sure of how to help him in that understanding when he meets this amazing caregiver who then takes him on a journey to understanding.  Suzanne Bottum-Jones and the Illustrator beautifully and compassionately captures the essences of the challenges young children face in trying to understand what is happening to the people they love.  Beautiful Children’s Book!”  Lou Holland, Jr.
— National Alzheimer’s Association Board of Directors, family caregiver

About Us

National Center for Dementia Behaviors Management is dedicated to finding solutions to promote healthy outcomes and better quality of care for those experiencing cognitive changes. The company is a blend of personnel with 50 + years of program marketing, development and implementation.

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Nice to Meet you… Again — Empowering Children to Find Joy and Understanding in Loved Ones with Dementia

“No! No!” shouted Ollie, “I don’t want to go in there! That’s not my grandpa; he doesn’t even know who I am anymore.” So begins the beautiful journey of a little boy that transitions from being scared and frustrated that his grandpa, and best friend, does not know him anymore, to a boy that learns what HE can do to reconnect with his grandpa who is living with dementia. This unforgettable story takes readers through a range of emotions, from sadness to hope, as Ollie learns how to better understand the effects of dementia experienced by his grandpa and what he can do to help hold on to his relationship and enjoy their time together. This story is a lesson for children and adults to learn to accept a loved one experiencing dementia and to celebrate the joy in the interactions they still experience together.