StilMee - The Leader in Alzheimer Coaching

5881 Preston View Blvd
Dallas, TX 75240
(469) 471-6943
www.stilmee.com
Contact: Williams, Janet
Business Description: StilMee coaching service is the leader in dementia and Alzheimer coaching. Our company provides personalized in-home coaching services to families. We work closely with day programs, assisted living residences, elder law attorneys, neurologists, and home care companies that specialize in dementia care.
In Business Since: 1999
Service Area: Dallas/Fort Worth
On Angie's List Since: 3/14/2012
Office Hours: Mon 09.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Tue 09.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Wed 09.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Thu 09.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Fri 09.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Sat 09.00 AM - 02.00 PM, Sun 09.00 AM - 02.00 PM, By Appointment
Excluded Services: The Coach does not offer care to the individual with Alzheimer's or a related dementia.
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
 
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