In Home Dementia/Alzheimer’s Care:
Living with dementia, happily

In light of COVID-19

If you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia, please see our latest blog post from the DAWN Method, Be Calm in a Crisis, that gives tips on maintaining a positive mood and on how to persuade your loved one with dementia to wash their hands.

We provide in home care for seniors with dementia/Alzheimer’s in the Moscow, Idaho area, using person-centered care and strength-based dementia techniques (see the DAWN Method of dementia care). We can help you keep your loved one at home longer, lowering costs and greatly improving their quality of life. Our case manager and dementia care specialists work with you to design supportive and safe care at home—giving you an alternative to assisted living and memory care in care facilities. For more about the value of strength-based dementia care, see Judy Cornish’s TEDx Talk, “The Dawn of Dementia Care.”

Reviews from Palouse Dementia Care clients

“I could not have managed without Judy Cornish and her team of professionals! It’s like having a trusted family member on the ground managing every detail of care. I’m provided with updates daily, even hourly or minute-by-minute as the situation dictates. There would not be balance in our life if it were not for Judy and her DAWN team.”
Connie Gibb Reid, Seattle, WA
“Judy and her DAWN care team made my father’s final years a positive experience for him. Once home from the care facility he became happy and relaxed—even joyful. He was able to enjoy our visits and interact with his grandchildren, all despite his dementia.”
Lance Miller, Vice President Resources, NANA Corporation, Anchorage, AK
“Ms. Cornish is passionate when it comes to senior rights. She knows how to cut through the red tape and develop the plan of action best suited for each senior or family’s needs.”
John Norton, Attorney
“Judy Cornish and her DAWN team help elderly patients with dementia stay in their homes. She gives them autonomy, kindness, respect, and conscientious care. The people she cares for have better physical and mental health.”
Stephanie Fosback, MD, Specialist in Geriatric Care