Dementia360 – A Full Circle Approach to Helping
Caregivers of Loved Ones Living with Dementia in the Surrounding
Oakmont and Plum Borough Area.

Being a caregiver of a loved one living with dementia can be a lonely and demanding job. That is why as a recognized Dementia Care Center of Excellence, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network developed Dementia360.

Learn more by calling 412-435-8950 or complete the form on this page.

Providing Help in The Home

The Dementia360 program is a comprehensive care management program that provides support and expertise to the caregiver in the surrounding Oakmont and Plum Borough area. It was designed to increase your ability to care for your loved one in the home – better and longer – while preparing you for the ongoing challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. This helps avoid unnecessary emergency room visits and hospitalizations while also providing a better quality of life for the care recipient and caregiver.

Care Coordinator & Caregiver Support

You are not alone. Your dedicated Dementia360 care coordinator is your link to a full circle of caregiver support. Based upon an in-home assessment, a personalized road map will be created to help identify both needs and opportunities. Your Dementia360 care coordinator will provide supportive education and connect you to other resources as needed.

Dementia360 Helps Caregivers Be the Best They Can Be

Studies have shown that “active management of Alzheimer’s and other dementias can improve quality of life for affected individuals and their caregivers.”* While caregivers report that caring for a loved one who has dementia is rewarding, many say they also experience higher levels of stress according to a long-term care survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

Through Dementia360, caregivers will receive the support, knowledge and resources to better manage the disease and related symptoms, which helps everyone involved in the journey.

Please take a moment to fill out our form. A Dementia360 team member will follow up on your inquiry within the next few business days.

Read more about Presbyterian SeniorCare Network and our recognition as a Dementia Care Center of Excellence and other credentials.

*2019 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures, Alzheimer’s Association, p. 11.

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