Caregiver Tips & Resources to make your journey easier >>

Pivot to Happy is in the business of helping people who have a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer's navigate the journey.

Online Group Support: Help for Family Caregivers

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FREE RESOURCES to help you in your specific journey.

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A few ways we can help...


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Do you have trouble getting your loved one to eat a healthy diet?

Many changes occur that affect food preferences and the ability to eat...



Free Video Series: Practical Pointers for People with a Loved One with Dementia or Alzheimer's



Life is hard when you don't know what to expect...

Discover the causes of unwanted behaviors and how to handle them to decrease stress.

Learn Brain Games to slow down the decline in the early stages & more...



Online Group Support: Get support, help & community without having to leave the house!



"The rollercoaster of emotions is horrible."

Family and friends often have a hard time dealing with the emotions that come along with this disease - we can help!

Get the FREE VIDEO SERIES to discover new ways to deal with the emotions that come up...​



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Why dementia and Alzheimer's...

Every 66 seconds, someone in the US develops Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia, the 6th leading cause of death and the ONLY cause of death in the top 10 that is not preventable or curable.

The Alzheimer's Association estimates that there are approximately 5.3 million people in the U.S. with Alzheimer's - 2/3 of those are women. Globally, the World Health Organization estimates approximately 36 million people have Alzheimer's. These numbers will grow exponentially as the population ages.

Watch the video below to see the impact Alzheimer's has on the entire family...
How you approach the challenges of having a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer's can make all the difference in your journey.

From your physical, emotional and mental health to what you make of the time you have left with your loved one.

Watch the video to the left to see how two different reactions create very different outcomes! We want to help as many people become "Lindsay" as possible - will you be next?

For every person with Alzheimer's, it is estimated that 1-4 family members are involved in their care.

Tara Reed, creator of Pivot to Happy, is one of the millions of family members involved in care and decision making. Her father has both vascular dementia and Alzheimer's.

Click here to learn more about her story and her vision and mission for Pivot to Happy >>