Who is trublu
Cheryl became a certified Trainer and Consultant with Teepa Snow’s internationally renowned Positive Approach to Care in 2018 and then launched her own company trublu Dementia Consultancy. The primary goal of trublu is to improve the care people living with dementia receive. Cheryl teaches professional and family caregivers how to communicate effectively, learning how to identify the unmet physical and emotional needs of their loved one living with dementia.
Cheryl brings more than 10 years of experience in providing the right level of care for seniors living with dementia. Cheryl owned and operated Senior Helpers in Tulsa for 9 years providing licensed home care to families in Oklahoma.
Certified Dementia Practitioner, through the National Council for Certified Dementia Practitioners
Certified Teepa Snow Positive approach to Care Consultant and Trainer
Oklahoma Alzheimer Association, Certified Support Group Facilitator
Founding member of South Tulsa Memory Café, a social gathering where people with memory loss and their partners come to build camaraderie and share the comfort of music in a relaxed environment.
Completed the “Leadership Tulsa” program in 2017.
As a specialist in dementia care, she is a speaker and consultant at many local conferences that includes professionals and caregivers in dementia. Cheryl is a dementia specialist and trainer for her community team members and family carepartner.
Cheryl is a graduate from The University of Lincoln, UK, where she gained a BA in Business Studies. She combines her experience as a human resource manager in retail (12 years) and her home care executive experience to provide a fresh approach to dementia care.
Cheryl’s purpose in life is to “improve the level of care people living with dementia are receiving both at home and in facilities. I believe that we must provide respect and dignity to all living with this illness, that by meeting them in the moment and gaining the right education we can provide happiness and purpose to the life of the person living with dementia and protect the carepartner from burnout.“