At Traycee, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our clients and our staff. As a family-owned business, we consider our staff as part of our family. We are proud of the quality and compassionate caregivers that are a part of our Traycee family.  
We are committed to investing in ongoing education to help equip our caregivers to provide the best care. 
This month, we wanted to share with you how our caregivers make a difference.

Caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementias requires a unique set of skills and knowledge.

   “We are excited to provide specialized training for Traycee Caregivers,” says President and Founder, Barbara Traycee. “Online courses fall short of providing the face-to-face interaction that encourages caregivers share ideas and identify practical strategies that improve communication and care techniques,” says Barbara.
“We have an extraordinary instructor from Power To Be, Inc. Kristine Cichowski is a Certified Dementia Practitioner who provides interactive learning experiences. Fundamental information on Alzheimer’s Disease and other related dementias are discussed though more importantly Kristine emphasizes the importance of engaging clients in meaningful activities and shows caregivers how to reinforce life purpose and maintain quality of life.”
Traycee caregivers were thrilled to participate in the day long course. “The entire program was filled with so many helpful ideas. I have been working as a profes  sional caregiver for over 20 years and have yet to experience such a powerful training program. The entire learning experience was awesome! Thank you!”
“We invest in specialized training to ensure that our caregivers provide the quality care that families deserve,” says Barbara Traycee. “It’s not enough to meet standards. We aim to exceed them!”

To learn more about Traycee Home Care’s unique approach to person-centered care, contact 847.432.5190 or visit www.trayceehomecare.com

Visit www.powertobe.net for added information on Power To Be empowerment programs.