The Care Code

Registered nurse, Bobbi Beatty, provides emotional support and effective strategies to individuals, families and care providers of those challenged with physical and cognitive decline. Caring for another’s physical and emotional well being can often be daunting. This is true whether you’re a professional care provider or now find yourself the caregiver of a loved one.

Is an increase in confusion or depression affecting their perception of reality? Are interactions becoming more adversarial and unpleasant? Do you wish you had a better understanding of why this is happening and some new skills to improve things? Do you want to develop the best possible relationship with those you care for?

Let Bobbi’s extensive nursing experience assist you to unlock The Care Code.

The Care Code

Registered nurse, Bobbi Beatty, provides emotional support and effective and strategies to individuals, families and care providers of those challenged with physical and cognitive decline. Caring for another’s physical and emotional well being can often be daunting. This is true whether you’re a professional care provider or now find yourself the caregiver of a loved one.

Is an increase in confusion or depression affecting their perception of reality? Are interactions becoming more adversarial and unpleasant? Do you wish you had a better understanding of why this is happening and some new skills to improve things? Do you want to develop the best possible relationship with those you care for?

Let Bobbi’s extensive nursing experience assist you to unlock The Care Code.

Online Course

The Caregiver’s Survival Guide

In our four-part online course, you’ll learn to increase your emotional care skills as well as implement common-sense approaches to improve your relationship. We’ll discuss physical changes that may occur, conflict management, anger, depression, manipulative behaviors and coping skills. These issues are addressed in a mindful manner, and with kindness and respect. My goal is to help you cultivate a more rewarding relationship with those you care for. 

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Online Course

The Caregiver’s Survival Guide

In our four-part online course, you’ll learn to increase your emotional care skills as well as implement common-sense approaches to improve your relationship. We’ll discuss physical changes that may occur, conflict management, anger, depression, manipulative behaviors and coping skills. These issues are addressed in a mindful manner, and with kindness and respect. My goal is to help you cultivate a more rewarding relationship with those you care for. 

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Workshop

Converse with the Nurse

Providing care for others is challenging, both physically and spiritually. We’ll help you build the skills and confidence to manage the new and changing behaviors which strain your relationship. Learn techniques to improve your communication and create an effective care team.

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Private Coaching 

Coaching for Families & Caregivers

Discover a positive approach to caregiving of those who are experiencing decline. Together we’ll create a custom care plan with one-on-one coaching for caregivers and their families. You’ll learn actionable solutions to address your challenges, questions and concerns.

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Workshop

Converse with the Nurse

Providing care for others is challenging, both physically and spiritually. We’ll help you build the skills and confidence to manage the new and changing behaviors which strain your relationship. Learn techniques to improve your communication and create an effective care team.

Learn More

Private Coaching 

Coaching for Families & Caregivers

Discover a positive approach to caregiving of those who are experiencing decline. Together we’ll create a custom care plan with one-on-one coaching for caregivers and their families. You’ll learn actionable solutions to address your challenges, questions and concerns.

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Living With Cognitive Decline

  1. Approach in matter-of-fact manner, never argue
  2. Redirect, never ask why
  3. Distract, never shame
  4. Reassure, never lecture
  5. Reminisce, never say “remember”
  6. Repeat, never say “I told you”
  7. Do what they can do, never say “you can’t”
  8. Ask, never demand
  9. Encourage, never condescend
  10. Reinforce, never force

Living With Cognitive Decline

  1. Approach in matter-of-fact manner, never argue
  2. Redirect, never ask why
  3. Distract, never shame
  4. Reassure, never lecture
  5. Reminisce, never say “remember”
  6. Repeat, never say “I told you”
  7. Do what they can do, never say “you can’t”
  8. Ask, never demand
  9. Encourage, never condescend
  10. Reinforce, never force
Bobbi Beaty Registered Nurse

About Bobbi

Bobbi Beatty RN is an energetic and passionate advocate for elders and those experiencing chronic illness who often struggle with mental health issues. She became a care provider in 1976 and received her RN license in 1982. Her focus was labor and delivery until she found her love for geriatric psych nursing, to which she has dedicated most of her career. Today Bobbi is excited to share her in-depth knowledge and extensive experience with senior care, mental health and chronic illness.

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Bobbi Beaty Registered Nurse

About Bobbi

Bobbi Beatty RN is an energetic and passionate advocate for elders and those experiencing chronic illness who often struggle with mental health issues. She became a care provider in 1976 and received her RN license in 1982. Her focus was labor and delivery until she found her love for geriatric psych nursing, to which she has dedicated most of her career. Today Bobbi is excited to share her in-depth knowledge and extensive experience with senior care, mental health and chronic illness.

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