Welcome to the Client and Family Portal

By signing in to Generations, you’ll be granted access to view the caregiver schedule assigned to you or a loved one. We also make online educational materials and training available to families of our clients so that you can learn about the caregiving process.

First things first ...

If you have never signed in before, you will need to request access. Complete the form below. We will review your request at our earliest convenience.

    You only need to fill this in if you are not personally receiving care from No Place Like Home-Care

    Select the items you would like to access.

    Generations Sign In

    If you already have been granted access, there are two ways for you to access Generations.

    The preferred method to access Generations!

    Access caregiver schedule.

    Family Training Sign In

    Use the link below to sign in to the Institute for Professional Care Education. Training modules are listed below in the next section.

    Learning Modules

    We have broken down the modules into sections. These materials can be accessed via the Family Member Portal (requires login).

    Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

    Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Signs and Symptoms
    Dementia from the Person’s Perspective
    Diagnosis and Progression
    Diagnosis and the Caregiver’s Role
    Learning to Communicate Through Dementia
    Daily Care: Bathing and Dressing
    Daily Care: Toileting and Grooming
    Helping Families Cope
    Supporting Families of Individuals with Dementia
    Environment: Creating a Sense of Calm
    Environment: Routines and Consistency for Comfort
    Activities: Creating a Well-Rounded Program
    Activities: Stimulating Memories and Interaction
    Understanding Behaviors: Prevention through Acceptance and Communication
    Understanding Behaviors: Diffusing Dangerous Behaviors
    Understanding Behaviors: Intervention and Follow-Up
    Care Planning and Preparing for End of Life
    Wandering and Exit Seeking
    Stages of Alzheimer’s
    Understanding Alzheimer’s and Related Disordes
    Promoting Independence in Daily Living
    Creating Moments of Joy, Part 1
    Creating Moments of Joy, Part 2
    Creating Moments of Joy, Part 3
    Memory Enhanced Activities, Part 1
    Memory Enhanced Activities, Part 2
    Memory Enhanced Activities, Part 3
    It’s Saturday Night (tips for easier bathing)
    Differing Dementias
    Communicating with the Person who has Dementia
    Challenging Behaviors: A Framework for Action
    Activities for Meaningful Dementia Care
    Hallucinations and Delusions with Dementia
    Sexuality and Dementia
    Medications and Dementia
    Self-Care for Dementia Caregivers
    Consideration of Care – Families and Environment
    Memory Care: The Basics
    Memory Care: Setting the Stage for Care
    Memory Care: Vital Tools

    Skills Checklist

    Ambulation Assistance with Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
    Bathing – Complete Bed Bath
    Bathing – Partial Bed Bath
    Bathing – Perineal Care Female
    Bathing – Perineal Care Male
    Bathing – Shower
    Bathing – Tub Bath
    Bathroom Assistance
    Bathroom Assistance – Bedpan
    Body Mechanics for Bath Safety
    Change Adult Brief
    Commode Assistance
    Fall Prevention In and Around the Home
    Fall Prevention in Bed
    Fall Prevention in the Shower
    Make an Occupied Bed
    One Person Stand-Pivot Transfer
    Transfer In/Out of Wheelchair
    Transfer Person from Bed to Chair
    Wheelchair Positioning

    Disease and Condition Care

    The Invisible Side of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
    The Hidden Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (PD)
    Diabetes Care

    End of Life Care

    Care Goals at the End of Life
    Grief and Loss: Care team and Family
    Death with Dignity: Medical Aid-in-Dying and Death with Dignity Laws
    Death and Dying: Compassion and Ethics

    First Aid and Safety

    Safe Lifting and Transfer Techniques
    Universal Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens

    HIV/AIDS Care

    Understanding the Illness
    The Elder’s Experience
    Diagnosis and Early Stages
    Focusing on the Individual

    All of these senior care learning modules are available to clients and clients’ families when you choose No Place Like Home-Care®.

    Safety is our #1 priority.


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    Branford, CT 06405

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