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The Bambu Care Champion community provides a safe space to vent, share struggles, celebrate wins, ask questions, and learn more about dementia and the dementia care journey.

Through this community, you can connect with care partners going through similar journeys, have direct access to our dementia care consultant (Bre'anna Wilson), learn more about dementia, easily sign up for events hosted by Bambu Care, win prizes, and gain a little peace of mind.

As a Bambu Care Champion, you are showing your dedication to not only the journey of dementia care and your partner living with dementia, but also to yourself. Whether your partner has Alzheimer's Disease, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia, or any other type of the many dementias, you are all welcome here. We will all learn and grow together!

The Bambu difference

By the time you find us, you may already have a support group. But, that's okay! Let us ask you this! How many pairs of shoes do you own? Surely more than one, right!? With that in mind, let us share with you what sets our Bambu Care Champion community apart and why we think you'll love it. After all, there's no such thing as too much support!

Direct access to a dementia care consultant

Our founder and dementia care consultant, Bre’anna, is active in the community and always looking for ways to help. If you need any assistance, she would be more than happy to help you out in any way she can.

Easy access to free resources 

Our free resources are very popular, but we understand that not everyone is comfortable providing the required billing information. Don't worry, we get it! In our community, you will have direct access to all free resources with just a click of a button. 

Opportunity to receive gifts and prizes 

Just because you are a care partner, doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the fun! Active members of the Bambu Care Champion community will have the chance to win great prizes in our monthly drawings!

Hosted outside of Facebook

If you don't have a Facebook or you are wanting to get away from the noise of Facebook, then we invite you to join us in the Bambu Care Champion community. We avoid trolls, scammers, and ads so we can focus on what's most important: getting you answers, providing support, and giving you peace of mind.

You won’t get lost in the crowd 

We appreciate all the people who email us, sign up to our newsletter and events, download our resources, invest in our products, and leave a review or comment. We pay special attention to all of you. You are not just a name with us, you are a valued member of the Bambu family — we see you! And, we hope to see you in the community as well!

You’ll stay in the loop for all things Bambu Care

If you love what Bambu Care has to offer, then joining our community is a natural fit! Here, you will find everything in one place! Never miss a podcast, event, video, or new release ever again! Everything you need to know will be right there in the community! 

Basically, what we are saying is being a care partner doesn't have to be all work and no play. Members of the Bambu Care Champion community will feel the warmth of support, take away actionable knowledge, gain more peace of mind, and best of all — we're making being a dementia care partner a lot more fun. Come on! You deserve a community who will look out for your joy too!

You are always welcome and we'd love to have you!

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