Making Life Easier By Sharing Creative Ways To Care And Serve
Why Lori La Bey?
Lori La Bey specializes in dementia care, but her programs are easily adapted to a variety of groups as caring knows no boundaries; be it family, organizations, or communities.
Bottom Line Service Is Caring
Every business was created to serve and every person projects a caring style if they are conscious of it or not. Great service is caring well above standard expectations. Exceptional caring creates a space where dignity, education, and inclusion are a must. It is about elevating and leveraging communication and listening skills while learning to prioritize tasks. It's about building relationships and allowing people to engage as true partners, working as a team for the best outcomes; verse departments just doing their assigned tasks that aren't aligned to meet actual client needs.
La Bey's ten-plus years in healthcare have developed her understanding of service delivery systems from multiple levels and how to adapt to meet corporate and client needs. Her twenty-five years in residential real estate gave her marketing experience. She was able to create unique strategies for building trust and engagement, which led to a 90 - 95% referral business year after year. She knows the importance of having an easy and user-friendly onboarding process to assure the process is dignified, and respectful, and empowers all involved.
Lori's Emotional Based Training™ programs take people on an emotional ride; so they feel the importance of making a change. It is her preferred technique to use, as she has found there is higher buy-in at a faster pace using this system. In addition, La Bey understands the importance of leveraging a variety of learning styles to engage her audiences. She works hard on being inclusive to help ensure sustainable change.
Lori La Bey is a change agent shifting dementia care around the world.
Just ask Oprah, Maria Shriver, Sharecare, AARP MN, or The National Institute for Dementia Education who have all recognized Lori for her cutting-edge approach to shift global dementia care.
Lori's own mother lived with dementia for thirty years, so you can be comforted knowing she truly understands the needs of those diagnosed, their families, and professionals who care for them.