Hope for those suffering from Alzheimer's/dementia, cancer care, end-of-life, or with special needs:
Great News! This international therapeutic process can help make your loved one's life a little easier. I understand how Alzheimer's/dementia can take a tremendous toll on our most vulnerable population when these debilitating diseases strike. I know firsthand how challenging it is to be the caregiver of a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer's/dementia. Life continues; not only is the caregiver responsible for the individual with Alzheimer's/dementia but frequently has multiple other responsibilities. These responsibilities include children, grandchildren, jobs, and much more. It is so difficult to watch the people we love decline, knowing there is little that can be done, at least until now. Most of their memories have faded, and often aggression becomes an all too frequent way they express themselves.
This process can help reduce the anxiety, stress, and pain for those in cancer care, end-of-life situations, or special needs children and adults. This therapy can be a very positive way to deal with their concerns to bring a more optimistic outlook while experiencing reduced stress.
There is hope! A simple and effective, non-invasive therapy can be integrated into patient care and deliver comfort for these vulnerable people. This process is now available in the US. It was initially developed in the UK during the mid-1990s to help with cancer care and end-of-life situations. The therapy is known as the HEARTS Process. It has been very successful as a complementary offering for individuals dealing with Alzheimer's/dementia, cancer care, end-of-life, and special needs children and adults. This technique is impressive.
You and your loved ones can find comfort, relaxation, and pain reduction through this process. It is highly effective, gentle, enjoyable, and brings peace of mind and reduced pain. To find out more about this therapeutic process, you can send me an email: email@example.com or give me a call: (727) 265-1888. I look forward to hearing from you.
Each Fidget Mat and Twiddle Muff is made as a tribute to my mom who suffered from Alzheimer's disease.