The Caregiver Circle™

Making the journey of caregiving less isolating and overwhelming

Caregiving is essential to being human, as it reflects our innate capacity for compassion and empathy.

Caring for a loved one can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. But it can also be incredibly challenging, both emotionally and physically. The constant demands of caregiving can leave you feeling exhausted, guilty, sad, stressed, and overwhelmed. And the emotional toll of seeing your loved one struggle can be heartbreaking.

Without the support of those who understand the unique challenges associated with caring for a loved one with dementia, we can feel isolated and alone.

Then there is the time-consuming and often frustrating struggle of searching for information, guidance, and resources that can overwhelm us–leaving little time for ourselves.  

That’s why we’ve created a MEMBERSHIP that combines:

  • The latest scientific data
  • Information on strategies for managing the disease
  • Resource guides
  • Live Online Support Group of caregivers
  • PLUS access to Live professional guidance and coaching



Our membership site is led by Dr. Lori Stevic-Rust, a health psychologist specializing in holistic care for those with dementia and their caregivers. She understands both personally and professionally the unique challenges of caregiving, and she is dedicated to helping you navigate this journey with grace and ease.

Dr. Stevic-Rust will be with you every step of the way, offering personalized professional guidance and coaching to help you manage caregiving’s emotional and physical toll. She’ll help you develop coping strategies, prioritize self-care, and manage stress so you can provide the best possible care for your loved one.

We understand caregiving can be financially challenging, so we offer our membership site at an affordable price. We aim to make high-quality support and educational resources accessible to everyone who needs them.

Join our community of caregivers today and take the first step towards finding the support and guidance you need to navigate the caregiving journey with compassion, confidence, and resilience.

What you get with your membership in the Caregiver Circle™

Live Online Educational Support Group

The Live online group meets once a month for an hour. This educational support program is unique by combining practical information, education, and resources and Live real-time emotional support from other caregivers. It is a safe place to share experiences and ideas and to receive support and guidance from each other.

Dr. Lori Stevic-Rust, the founder of the Holistic Dementia Care® program and an international dementia care consultant, guides the group.

Ongoing Supportive Community

Membership Access to a private Facebook community to connect with other caregivers and Dr. Lori Stevic-Rust to offer and receive support. This private group is a great place to stay connected and share resources.

Monthly Newsletter

You will receive a members-only newsletter with updates on new science, programs, and strategies to assist with caregiving. It will provide links to resources, checklists, guides for care issues, and other tools to help you navigate the complexities of caregiving. And it will serve as a resource for self-care and self-compassion information and techniques to care for you while you care for others.

All Access Pass

As a member, you get on-demand access to all resources, materials, and previous newsletters—a private invitation to participate in relevant webinars for dementia and caregiving for FREE.

The Caregiver Circle™ makes the caregiving journey less isolating and overwhelming as we walk the path together!

When life gets busy and overwhelming and scary and emotional, we all can use support. If you are a caregiver for someone, and especially if dementia is part of the equation, you need specialized information and support. I have found that Dr. Lori has the right combination of compassion, wisdom, care, and humanity to ease the hearts and minds of those who have taken on the role of caregiver. Having been in her group for several years has been a privilege and I will treasure the experience always.


As my wife was getting further along and her dementia, I felt like I was reaching the limits of my self-sufficiency. I didn’t know how to deal with her increased needs and dependency on me, but even more confusing, was how to accept my own reactions and feelings about what was happening to us and more troubling what was happening to me. What happened was something that I did not expect. I started asking for help. People started offering help. I found Dr. Lori‘s support group. I didn’t like talking about my problems, but I found acceptance and support for what I thought was my unique situation. I wasn’t alone or unique. Dr. Lori’s compassion and understanding and professionalism was the glue that connected all the parts of my support team — all the people that were there to help me. This Support Group held me together when I was not sure of myself.