Educating, supporting, and connecting with caregivers
is at the heart of what we do.

Our Mission

To turn the crisis of caring for a person with Dementia including Alzheimer’s Disease into a positive life event ensuring the best quality of life for all involved.

What We Do

We are committed to providing support and resources for family caregivers taking care of a loved one with Dementia including Alzheimer’s Disease. We have taken our caregiving experience and turned it into a simple and reliable training. Educating, supporting and connecting with caregivers is at the heart of what we do.

Our Vision

To be a loving source of practical, life-changing information for Caregiver’s in crisis due to Dementia including Alzheimer’s Disease. Through empowerment, encouragement and experience we instill hope for a better quality of life for the entire family.

This Playbook for Alzheimer’s Caregivers was written
to give you practical tips in order to help guide you.

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Help Support Our Mission

Your generous gift today will help us provide real, tangible support for caregivers and families touched by Alzheimer’s disease.


Hear What People Have To Say About Us

“At our recent RCI Summit, the caregiving workshop presentations by Betsy Arnold and Molly Arnold Gay were inspirational to all who attended.”

Dr. Leisa Easom

Executive Director, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

“How can I best describe Betsy…..she is a dynamo with enough energy to fill a room as she lights it up when she walks in and a heart big enough to capture the world and make it a better place. Just from my short venture of 5 days in having Betsy as a guest in our home I was able to accompany her to lunch with an ESPN celebrity who wanted to meet Frank Broyles daughter, I was able to watch her in action as we visited several Alzheimer’s Facilities.”

Charlotte Schluraff

Alzheimer’s Support Group facilitator, First Baptist Orlando

“Betsy Broyles-Arnold and Molly Gay have a compassionate style that engages the audience from the very beginning. Sharing their perspective from different generations, enabled all members of the audience to relate to caregivers and the trials of caring for someone with dementia. Participants laughed, cried and walked away feeling a sense of relief as they had a new toolbox of practical approaches based on the easy-to-use Coach Broyle’s Playbook. They are compassionate, dedicated and authentic.”

Kelly A. Raach

Regional Director, Alzheimer’s Association – Desert Southwest Chapter Southern Arizona Region

“Betsy and Molly  talked WITH our residents’ family members, rather than TO them and gave them many helpful suggestions they could start using immediately. Their down-to-earth manner always brings comments, from whatever audience they speak to, of “that was the best talk we have ever heard” and “that was just what we needed to hear”. Thank you, Betsy and Molly, for your dedication and tireless effort in helping caregivers everywhere.”

Linda Vigil

Director of Community Relations, Clarity Pointe Fayetteville Memory Care

Dear Caregiver,

the-broylesWhen my wife, Barbara, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease I didn’t know much about the disease or the impact it would have on the lives of our children and their families. What I did know was that Alzheimer’s was not going to destroy our love for life. Like so many families touched by Alzheimer’s Disease we, too have experienced our share of heartbreak however we decided to focus on what we did have instead of what we did not. We chose to celebrate our memories, our “todays” making each day the best it can be with no regrets.

I had so many questions and spent a great deal of time looking for answers. Falling back on my coaching days I approached Alzheimer’s much like I would an opponent on the field. A solid game plan and a dedicated team gave me the Coach’s Playbook we needed to care for Barbara. This Playbook for Alzheimer’s Caregivers was written to give you practical tips in order to help guide you and is to be used as a social model with the idea that we are doing this with our loved ones and not for them.

I leave with you what I have learned. Treasure each day and live it to the very fullest. Cherish the time you spend together and perhaps the most important, love each other unconditionally. I pray you find peace in knowing that it is still possible to both live and love when someone you know is living with Alzheimer’s Disease.



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