Do you know someone who was recently diagnosed with Memory Loss?

Understanding Memory Loss | Alzheimer’s Disease | Dementia

Alee Solutions offers more than care navigation services to the greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana community. We are over joyed to share that our very own Social Worker, Alisha Duvall MSW/MFT, will be the new facilitator of the Early-Stage Memory Loss support group at the Alzheimer’s Association. During this eight week series, Alisha Duvall MSW/MFT will be able to work directly with those diagnosed with memory loss to discuss an array of topics:

  • How to adjust to the changing roles and relationships.

  • Daily strategies for dealing with memory loss.

  • Realistic talks about daily life and how Assisted Living or Personal Care might fit into that life.

  • And much more!

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Excited to share the news | Aisha Duvall our Social Worker will be the NEW Facilitator for the Alzheimer's Association

WE ARE OVER JOYED TO SHARE WITH YOU

 THAT OUR VERY OWN  Social Worker, Alisha Duvall MSW/MFT, WILL BE THE new facilitator OF THE

Early-Stage Memory Loss support group AT THE Alzheimer’s Association.


To learn more about how to enroll in the support group or learn about the NO COST services available to your loved one call 502.242.7691 or email alisha@aleesolutions.org

Click the image above to be redirected to page to download brochure.

Today at 10am Tune into 970am The Answer to listen to Alisha Duvall on Aging in Kentuckiana

Make sure and listen to the latest Aging in Kentuckiana show airing this Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. on 970am The Answer. We were fortunate to have with us Alisha Duvall with Alee Solutions, the Kentuckiana Stroke Association and Facilitator of Southeast Christian Church’s Alzheimer’s Loved Ones Support Group.

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The Aging in Kentuckiana Mission – Together we discuss proactive aging in the right place, with a choice. Connecting to the professional advice of our special guests, while creating better days throughout the aging process.


Weekly radio show on 970 AM

The Answer on Sunday at 10am


Aging in Kentuckiana Show - Make sure and listen to the show airing this Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. on 970am

Tune into 970am The Answer to listen to Alisha Duvall on Aging in Kentuckiana

Make sure and listen to the latest Aging in Kentuckiana show airing this Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. on 970am The Answer. We were fortunate to have with us Alisha Duvall with Alee Solutions, the Kentuckiana Stroke Association and Facilitator of Southeast Christian Church’s Alzheimer’s Loved Ones Support Group.

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The Aging in Kentuckiana Mission – Together we discuss proactive aging in the right place, with a choice. Connecting to the professional advice of our special guests, while creating better days throughout the aging process.


Weekly radio show on 970 AM

The Answer on Sunday at 10am


Aging in Kentuckiana Show - Make sure and listen to the show airing this Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. on 970am

Needing assistance?

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We are excited to share our newest spotlight in the today's transitions magazine. 

Finding out a family member is no longer able to safely remain in their home so often takes families by surprise. Countless of families just like you find themselves not sure where to turn for help.

Utilizing a reputable senior placement agency can make the search for the right Senior Living option a smooth process. An experienced advisor can guide families through the web of decisions that it takes to make a transition a success. Successful transitions can be challenging for families who try to navigate the waters of healthcare alone. There is a peace of mind that comes with knowing you have the professional support that aids in making decisions that can save time and money for your loved one.

Make sure the advisor you choose is knowledgeable about the resources and communities in Kentuckiana area. Be cautious of shopping on the internet for senior housing assistance. Numerous local families have voiced concerns about how their personal information they entered on a website may have been released to others or even worse sold to other companies. When entering you or your loved ones personal information on a website; read the fine print on the Privacy Policy. Often you can find language that allows the website to sell or disclose your personal and contact information with third parties.

Rick M, a local hospital Case Manager, tells of why he refers the families that he assist to Alisha Duvall, MSW/MFT, of Alee Solutions. “She acts with professionalism, compassion, and an empathy that cannot be imitated. Her path led her to start her own business Alee Solutions, which specializes in finding placement for seniors.  She has went above and beyond what she promises her clients. Alisha does this because she genuinely cares for people.  I assure you that it is not for the money, she doesn't know if she is going to be paid when taking on new clients.  She does everything she can for them and sees them through to the end. Alisha has more integrity and love for people that I can only hope to one day achieve."  Rick M. went on to say how important it is to have a local resource like Alee Solutions because with the number of senior living options available to us here in Kentuckiana it is   likely the facility that best would fit your loved ones needs might not pop up in your online search or when asking friends about where their loved ones have gone. That is why companies like this exist and why you should call a Social Worker first.  Most of these services are at no cost to the families.

 

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"You will not find a better knowledge based company than Alee Solutions"

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http://www.who.int/features/factfiles/dementia/dementia_facts/en/index2.html

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