The Situation

Caring for a loved one with dementia

Coping with an all-too-common diagnosis.

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia is a profound event for a family. It can bring grief and uncertainty, along with new responsibilities and tough questions. How will the person hold onto their independence and quality of life? How will they coordinate with doctors, manage appointments, and make sure instructions are followed? How can family members honor the person’s wishes and tend to their own needs without being overwhelmed?

The Prospero solution.

While illness changes a person’s life, their story does go on. At Prospero, we’re committed to making the next chapters the best they can be. Our care teams empower people living with dementia to remain at home for as long as possible. We’re here for caregivers and families as they navigate the journey from diagnosis to decision-making to plans of action. With answers and support a call away, families are better prepared to support their loved one and take care of one another at each stage.

Whatever situation families are facing, my goal is the same: provide love, trust, security and care.

Prospero Care Team Member

New York

Surrounding you with support

For people facing dementia

We’re the ones in your corner. Our care team works to understand your life and wishes, so we can honor them going forward. When you need us, we’re there: to help you remain living at home, in step with doctors’ instructions, and connected to the people and activities you love.

  • In-home comfort and safety assessment
  • Full-service in-home care
  • 24/7 phone and telemedicine support
  • Primary care and medication coordination
  • Connection to community resources
  • Personal and emotional support

For caregivers

Let us take burdens off you. Our care team gives you hands-on guidance to navigate your role with confidence, from managing doctors and appointments to looking after your own mental and emotional wellbeing. When you need answers, now you know who to ask.

  • Caregiver wellbeing assessments
  • Explanations of primary care instructions
  • Action plan development
  • Guidance to trouble-shoot problems
  • Support for grief and stress
  • Access to social support resources

For families

We are your family’s point people. Our care team is there to help with communication, guide important conversations, and unite everyone around your loved one’s wishes. We bring the compassionate support families need to cope with stress and difficult emotions and prepare for what comes next.

  • Understanding the diagnosis
  • Navigating stages of grief
  • Support for end-of-life planning
  • Family communication and coordination
  • Access to social support resources

Meet the Prospero Care Team

Tara Cleary

Tara Cleary

Director of Clinical Operations for North Carolina

Ann Lowry

Ann Lowry

Clinical Director – Missouri

Bridget McKenzie

Bridget McKenzie

Regional Vice President, Clinical Operations SE

Charesse Williams Allen

Charesse Williams-Allen

Clinical Director – Georgia

Dr. David Moen

President – Prospero Health Partners

Dr. Kennedy

Dr. Karen Kennedy

Southeast Regional Medical Director

Dr. Rajeev Kumar

Dr. Rajeev Kumar

Midwest Regional Medical Director

Emily Preston

Emily Preston

Clinical Director – Chicago

John Stys

John Stys

Regional Vice President, Clinical Operations MW

Prospero gives families back the time to just be family.