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StilMee coaches
facilitate three monthly support groups.
                        Call 617-233-1145 for information.
Carney Hospital, Dorchester, the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm with Beverly Moore
 Sunrise of Norwood the 2nd Saturday @ 10:00 am with Kathleen Cahill & Leanne O'Donoghue
Willow Crossing, Mansfield the 3rd Saturday @ 10 am. with Beverly Moore 
Do you want a support group in your residence? Call us.
Our coaches are the experts in the challenges of dementia caregiving.
"Support groups double the joys and halve the sorrows."

Beverly Moore will be presenting at Braintree Council On Aging on Novemer 26th, @4:30 p.m. discussing Holiday Stress Busters for Caregivers

StilMee offers Free 2 hour forums helping caregivers learn types of dementia, how they affect function, and how to respond to the changes in the most effective respectful way possible. There is always ample time for questions.
Call Beverly @ 617-233-1145 for information about attending.
Free hosting to non-profits and places of worship.

Radio Interviews with Beverly Moore
S. Shore Senior News Radio Interview "Dealing with Loss," December 18, 2010 [MP3, 1.4 MBs]
S. Shore Senior News Radio Interview "Making the Holidays Better," November 2010 [MP3,1.4   MBs]
S. Shore Senior News Radio Interview "Alzheimer Impact on Relationships", October 2010 [MP3, 1 MBs]
S. Shore Senior News Radio Interview "Happiness Happens", August 2010 [MP3, 3.5 MBs]
S. Shore Senior News Radio Interview "The Meaning of Behavior", July 2010 [MP3, 1 MBs]   
S. Shore Senior News Radio Interview [MP3, 3.6 MBs]


"I wish to thank your organization for your guidance. My coach followed up several times after our three sessions were completed."

Holiday Stress Busters
Monday, November 18, 2019
The holidays are coming up again. Have you learned to KISS? I mean to keep it super simple? Caregiving is a full time job; adding stress to the daily routine by ...   Learn More >>
The Problem of Apathy
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
There is an under valued negative symptom of dementia; it is apathy. When a person becomes unable to think up something pleasurable to do and/or lacks ability to organize it, ...   Learn More >>