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Dr. Grobman Provides Dementia Care Under
Medicare’s GUIDE Model

Call us at 302-329-8452 to learn more and answer your questions. ​

​​Dementia is a difficult disease to handle, whether you are a patient or a caregiver. This is why Medicare has started the GUIDE program with no copays to help dementia patients and their caregivers. In addition, Medicare will cover $2500 of respite care annually to support the caregiver.


I am encouraging all my dementia patients to enroll in this program and will also provide GUIDE care to patients outside my primary care practice. GUIDE allows us to have a dedicated Care Navigator work regularly with you and your caregiver virtually to address your specific needs, answer your questions, and coordinate your care to help keep you safe in your home.​

Guiding an Improved Dementia Experience (GUIDE) Model Goals:  ​

  • Improve quality of life for people living with dementia

  • ​Reduce strain on unpaid caregivers 

  • Enable people living with dementia to remain in their homes and communities 

GUIDE Care Delivery Services Include:​

Personalized Care Plans

Comprehensive assessment for each patient forms the basis for a personalized care plan.

Caregiver Respite Services

Caregivers are supported with temporary respite services of $2,500 per year paid by Medicare.

Medication Management and Reconciliation

Ongoing Monitoring and Support

Care Navigators provide guidance via frequent telehealth visits in the comfort of your home.

Care Team Coordination

Care team coordination improves patient care and reduces caregiver burden.

Ensures the right medications are taken at the right times.

Meet Dr. Grobman

All GUIDE services are provided with no cost or copayments for qualifying Medicare beneficiaries.


Eligibility for participation in GUIDE is limited to beneficiaries with diagnosed dementia who have Traditional Medicare as their primary insurance. At this time, GUIDE is not available for patients with Medicare Advantage, those residing in a skilled nursing facility, or patients enrolled in PACE or hospice programs.

Please call our office at​

302-329-8452 to learn more and get your questions answered.

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