a Jan Golembiski CSW, CADDCT

Clinical Dementia Specialist

Jan Golembiski CSW, CADDCT

Why I do this

Overview And Experience


Jan Golembiski’s 25 year career has focused on helping others. As a professional, credentialed Social Worker.

Jan has worked with children and those with mental illness. However, she found her true calling, 15 years ago, when she started work at Seacrest Village Nursing Home. Jan now works with the geriatric population and their families to enable those with dementia and related diseases to have meaningful life experiences and to live as independently as possible.

Bachelor Degree in Social Work    Stockton College – 2001 

  • Certified Dementia Practitioner
  • Certified trainer for the National Council of Dementia Practitioners 
  • Awarded top 40 under 40 in Atlantic City NJ
Jan studied to become a trainer with the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners. She now trains staff, professional caregivers, first responders, and family members in caring methods. 
Jan believes in utilizing a holistic approach to caring for people with dementia and related diagnosis. This approach utilizes a myriad of disciplines, therapies and interventions to help support the whole person. 
Jan enjoys being in nature in her free time and lives in Southwest Florida with her husband Steve and her dog Mack. 

Jan lives in Florida and covers ?. She is also available to perform remote coaching anywhere in the United States

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My vision

A meaningful life

As a social worker who has dedicated my life to helping seniors living with dementia, I have recognized the need to help create a life filled with meaning and purpose.

Not only for the person living with dementia, but the entire family and other members of the support team. 

the key to success

Practice Areas

Each AlzBetter Certified Dementia Practitioner has completed the AlzBetter training program, hoever, through years of personal expereince, individuals have developed additional key areas of expertise. 

Family Support
Clinical Issues
Dementia Behaviors

Helping the entire family unit deal with challenging behaviors without the use of additional medications is a key area of strength