Hi MaryAnn,

Been meaning to drop you a note for a while now just to let you know how much I really, really like Kate!! Didn’t think I’d ever to luck enough to have someone so exceptional. She is SO good for Dad, and I am SO thankful to have her in our family! She is awesome!!

- Exceptional Caregiver…



Thank you and your staff for the care you gave my dad. We (the whole family) really appreciate it. I will certainly spread the word as I hear of people in need.

Congratulations on your 2016 ranking!!

Thanks again.

Chris Clark

- Grateful


Thank you MaryAnn…we have been blessed to have such great caregivers from your company…Never easy but your help has made it manageable.

Mary Beth Fessler

- We are blessed…


This morning, I had the pleasure of hearing my friend, MaryAnn, speak about what she loved to do.

MaryAnn is the owner of “Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care” and “Help at Home” (you can reach her at alzdementiacare@gmail.com or 203-520-0116). An RN for more than 30 years, she now manages a business that caters to white glove service for those that need help at home to care for loved ones. She had 4 tips that I thought I would share with you all:

  1. Don’t argue! If your loved one thinks you are Aunt Ethel – go with it. It’s their reality for that moment. Better to move on with the day than to spend it arguing.
  2. Only give 2 choices! Whether it’s a meal, getting dressed or a bath – only give 2 choices. They will get lost in the rest of the options.
  3. For wanderers: If you fear your loved one will wander out an open door – place a black bath mat in front of it. It gives the illusion of a hole and will ofter make them not go any further.
  4. For appetite issues: If your loved one has a decreased appetite – try serving a meal on a red plate. Studies show it increases the appetite up to 25%!

I thought these tips were a great way to help manage those we love that are suffering from memory issues.

Lisa Moriello

- Caring for Loved Ones


I can’t say enough good things about Mary Ann and her company.  I have spent many years in the Care Management field and have worked with numerous home care agencies.  (more…)

- Caring, Compassionate, Caregivers

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I am writing this letter of recommendation for MaryAnn Ciambriello and Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care and her Home Care company.


- Recommendation

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care/Help at Home has provided round-the-clock care to my mother since August 21 2015. She suffers from Parkinson’s disease and is in the late stage of the disease with over 95% of her time in a wheel chair or
in bed.


- Hard Working, Dedicated, Compassionate