Alzheimer’s Care Consultants Launches “Ask Any Question” Feature

Online Help for Caregivers Struggling with Alzheimer's Disease and Other Forms of Dementia

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Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

Alzheimer’s Care Consultants recently announced the launch of a new website feature called, “Ask Any Question.” This new feature will allow those just discovering symptoms in a loved one or current caregivers struggling with a particular problem the ability to receive real advice from a trained professional about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care.

Nataly Rubinstein, MSW, LCSW, C-ASWCM, is an industry leader, speaker and author specializing in Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Not only does Nataly work directly with patients and families, she is a certified trainer for dementia care professionals and a certified family mediator.

“As a professional with over twenty years of experience, I am committed to successfully guiding caregivers through the many decisions they will now have to make,” says founder and coach Nataly Rubinstein. “My mission is to make this journey a more manageable task for caregivers, help people regain control over their lives and feel confident about what to do next.”

Users who use the “Ask Any Question” feature can expect a response within one business day with specific advice tailored to a person’s particular situation. The site feature will provide those who are unsure or unaware of how to proceed, the proper tools and resources they need to become better caregivers and help to better cope with their situation.

Note: Content provided by Alzheimer’s Care Consultants is not intended to be a substitute for professional or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding dementia, Alzheimer’s or any other medical condition. Never disregard professional, medical advice or delay in seeking it because of information received on Alzheimer’s Care Consultants.com.

“It is not uncommon for family members to go home for the holidays and be taken by surprise when they see signs of Alzheimer’s or other dementias in their loved one,” added Nataly Rubinstein.

In addition to the “Ask Any Question” feature, Rubinstein’s book, “Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias: The Caregiver’s Complete Survival Guide,” can also be another great first step to familiarize new caregivers with the different stages of dementia during the holiday season and year round. Caregivers will get a comprehensive, in-depth look into understanding dementia and how to maintain a sense of balance while providing dementia care.

With years of clinical, educational, and hands-on work, Alzheimer’s Care Consultants' new “Ask Any Question” feature will give users the ability to obtain personalized insight to their particular situation. It’s a trusted source for those seeking advice for the better care and well-being of families and caregivers worldwide.

For more on Alzheimer’s Care Consultants and Nataly Rubinstein, please visit http://alzheimerscareconsultants.com, or get professional insight into your situation by asking your question here: http://blog.alzheimerscareconsultants.com/ask-your-question/.


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