Dr. Dia Lynn offers in-home personalized care with therapeutic modalities and customized activities for elderly, mildly disabled or memory loss persons. Dia is an Independent Contractor serving the Roaring Fork Valley of Western Colorado.
Dr. Dia Lynn draws from her years of experience as a body worker, holistic therapist, anatomy teacher, and minister giving spiritual counsel when engaged in personally taking care of someone in need. She brings great compassion and understanding to the client and the family, offering support in whatever way is most needed at the time. Dia is mature, confident and physically capable of dealing with issues that emerge when someone is temporarily disabled or in cognitive decline. She conducts her business with confidentiality, professionalism and respect.
Additional training through Alzheimer’s Association enables her to respond to the needs of persons with dementia, and in some cases provide cognitive stimulation, socialization and nutritional support to sustain a higher quality of life for as long as possible. She works well with other caregivers and agencies, but prefers to contract privately with families by way of referral.
Some of the services offered include:
- Cognitive stimulation
- Art and music therapy
- Gentle movement
- Social engagement
- Caregiver respite
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING
“Many parallels exist in the experience of older people in our society. When elders are not marooned but instead have a place at the core of a community the ripple effect of their contribution is immeasurable.”
– From the book, “In the Arms of Elders, a Parable of Wise Leadership and Community Building” by William Thomas, MD
Dia Lynn’s qualifications for professional care giving include:
- Occupational Therapy
- Structural Integration
- Medical QiGong
- Science of Mind
Dia Lynn carries liability, auto and malpractice insurance as an independent contractor.
- $30 per hour in 4 hour shifts
- Commuting fee is an additional $20 per day if the commute is over 20 miles
- If other expenses are incurred, the receipts are payable by the responsible party. In some cases this service can be reimbursed by long-term care insurance.