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Circle Center Presents: Teepa Snow
Best Practices in Dementia Care for Professional and Family Caregivers
Join us for an engaging, educational and enlightening program led by National Dementia Care Expert Teepa Snow. This all-day program is designed for both professional and family caregivers.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
1407 Sherwood Avenue, Richmond 23220
Program runs 9am to 4pm; registration begins at 8am
- $100 — includes lunch and CEUs if desired
- $45 — discounted tickets for family caregivers (includes lunch)
- $750 — table of 8
Sponsorships and exhibitor space are available for this event. To learn more about becoming a sponsor or exhibitor, please use this link.
Event Registration & Payment
If you would like to pay by check, or have other questions about your payment – please contact Julie Antrim. email@example.com or 804.355.5717 x224
About Teepa Snow
Teepa Snow is one of the leading educators on dementia and the care that accompanies it, in the US and Canada. As an occupational therapist with 40 years of clinical practice, she has founded a company and an approach to support and engage people experiencing changes in brain function.
Teepa’s care strategies and techniques integrate what is known about brain function and changes that happen with various conditions with therapeutic approaches to foster positive outcomes, modified environmental supports, and altered task expectations that match retained or available abilities of people living with various forms of brain change and deterioration. She teaches about the value of connection when primary verbal communication and interaction abilities are altered. Her teaching style is extraordinarily unique in that she is able to accurately demonstrate and model for her students and audience the struggle and challenges dementia creates for all parties involved. She is an enlightening, witty, entertaining, and energetic speaker, who is much sought after to present to agencies and organizations across the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.
Teepa is an advocate for those living with dementia and has made it her personal mission to help families and professionals better understand how it feels to be living with the challenges and changes that accompany various forms of the condition so that life can be lived fully and well. Her company, Positive Approach to Care was founded in 2005 and offers education to family and professional care providers all over the world. Her training, services, and products are available through video, online education, and in-person trainings and consulting.