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Bio

 

With over two decades of helping people realize their best and coaching teams to succeed in their endeavours, Cyn’s diverse education and experience has allowed her to meet a variety of needs for a broad client base. 

 

Cyn’s latest and most challenging role stems from her more recent life experience.  The loss of her first husband to cancer, a horrific car accident which left her son with a severe brain injury and the loss of both her Dad, who had Alzheimer’s and her Mom to ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) – both within 30 days, left Cyn permanently transformed.  Since then she has turned her attention to the support of and promoting the awareness of the special needs of CareGivers.

 

Cyn spent the first part of her career helping people make better choices and decisions about their lives.  Today, fueled by her transformative personal experiences, she now focuses on the wellbeing of CareGivers as CEO of Choice Dementia Services.  Her mission is to help the CareGiver who struggles with bringing mind and body to harmony and balance, live the fullest life they can, one moment at a time.

 

Cyn is a Certified Professional Consultant on Ageing, a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Certified Life Coach.

 

Re-Connect   Re-Charge   Re-Energize

 

 

 

Our Belief In Care


We believe in bringing you the peace of mind you need as a CareGiver to a loved one with Alzheimer’s or a related Dementia.


We believe in dedicating ourselves to your loved ones with the same care and respect we would to our own loved ones and family.


We believe in delivering kind, compassionate and meaningful support, allowing you to have the respite needed to continue caring for your loved one.

 

HOURS

ANYTIME,
DAY OR NIGHT
SHOPPING TO VACATION
ALLOWING YOU THE CAREGIVER
THE TIME TO
REFRESH, RECHARGE, RECONNECT

 

ABOUT US

We believe in providing high quality In-Home Respite service for CareGivers living with a loved one with Alzheimer’s or a related Dementia. Are you or a Caregiver you know in need of some helping hands in order to continue coping with a loved one?

 
       
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