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    StilMee is the leader in dementia and Alzheimer coaching. Our company provides personalized private coaching services to families. We work closely with day programs, assisted living residences, elder law attorneys, neurologists, and home care companies that specialize in dementia care. Our territory covers Massachusetts, southern New Hampshire, Maine to Portland, northern Rhode Island and Dallas, Fort Worth Texas.

Our coaches are experienced, compassionate professionals who have worked extensively with individuals with dementia and their families and caregivers.

    We hold contracts with 15 Massachusetts state funded agencies called ASAPs serving
low income elders and their families providing education and support as well as to their case managers. Through many of these agencies' access to a state ADRD grant 2012-2014, we provided coaching to families in many cities and towns in Massachusetts.

    These ASAPs also have Caregiver Programs that can provide education and support to families who are over income for other services.
    For those who want private coaching, we provide in home coaching at a value price. See our Services Page for details. No one should not call due to payment for services. Scholarships are available.

We are members of Alzheimer Partnerships and  support the Alzheimer’s Association of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Their website is
www.alz.org/manh for up to the minute information on research, educational opportunities and support groups.




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







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