Significantly reduce challenging situations and create more calmness and meaning
for both yourself and your family member with dementia
- Discover the 3 biggest mistakes most caregivers make and what to do instead
- Stop fighting and wasting time
- Get powerful tools almost nobody talks about
Join the FREE 5-day virtual Dementia Caregiver H.E.A.R.T. Retreat
Register before this opportunity goes away. We start August 24 and recordings will be available!
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What we'll cover
Myths that keep you stuck in a vicious cycle
and what to do instead
How to reduce anger and frustration
and create more calmness and meaning for both of you
How to break free from debilitating guilt
without feeling guilty
Little known ways to create more time in your day
while also creating more joy for your person
For 5 days, get daily support, training and more... starting Tuesday August 24 2021 at 10 AM PST
- daily LIVE 20 minute video trainings, jampacked with easy and practical insights
- recordings will be available for 2 weeks
- Q&A sessions
- everything happens in our private Facebook H.E.A.R.T. Retreat
Based on the Experience Centered Care with the H.E.A.R.T. Method
surprising insights from neuroscience
Get powerful insights from neuroscience, that will give you tremendous clarity and will help you create more calmness for yourself and your person
effective communication tools
Discover the secrets to create more connection and collaboration between you and your person with dementia
powerful strategies to boost your health
Get new strategies that will help you break free from anger, guilt and overwhelm so that you can improve your health and life
Nadine Jans, MSc. Founder of the Experience Centered Care with H.E.A.R.T. Method and the Calm Caregiving Blueprint
My name is Nadine Jans and I am on a mission to end the overwhelm, stress and loneliness of people with dementia and their care-partners.
I am a psychotherapist and coach in Vancouver Canada and a psychologist in the Netherlands. About 16 years ago, I started my internship as a psychologist in elder care in the Netherlands, helping people with dementia, families, and professional care providers to manage challenging situations, high levels of stress, caregiving, dementia related issues, anxiety and anger. A few years later I became an eating disorder therapist as well and helped my clients break free from overeating, emotional eating, guilt and self-sabotage.
Then, after several years of working in complex dementia care, my own father developed dementia and I discovered it’s a completely different story when your own family member gets dementia.
I developed the Experience-Centered Care with H.E.A.R.T. Methodology™ a cutting-edge system that provides a step-by-step framework to significantly improve behaviors, moods, and relationships so that you and your person with dementia can finally experience inner calm and meaning in your life.
Jeff von Bergen, manager Fraser Health Authority
That was an extremely informative and well-done presentation. I had agreed to attend your presentation despite thinking I knew everything I needed to know about Dementia and really didn’t expect to get anything out of it. Was I ever in for a surprise. I quickly realized I knew very little! I found myself thinking about it for several hours and days processing my new understanding. Thank you for that
Carol Wittal, Recreation Therapist, The Harrison at Elim Village
I was one of your admiring and nodding audience at Elim Village last Friday. Myself as well as my colleagues loved your analogy of the library and librarian!! It made such sense. Also how you explained how we store information and how the different parts of the brain have roles. So well put and made amazing sense. I looked at your website but was also wondering if you have written a book on what you spoke about. We had to leave a little early and so missed your info. On aggressive behaviour. Would love to have your notes or if you have gotten your analogy and descriptions elsewhere could you tell me where or who so I can get this in front of my eyes to read and further digest