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Alzheimer's Nov. 14, 2019 | Family/Friend Caregiver & Individual with Alzheimer's

SKU# Alz 2019 Family Caregiver and Individual with Alz

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At our 8th Annual Fall Conference, Teepa Snow will lead four sessions that explore how to promote positive and meaningful interactions with people living with dementia by adapting the way we typically communicate.

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To register a larger group contact Donna MacDonald at: donnamacdonald@wayne.edu or 313-664-2605.
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Thursday, Nov. 14, 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Schoolcraft College VistaTech Center, 18600 Haggerty Road, Livonia 

As one of America’s leading educators on dementia, Teepa Snow’s philosophy is reflective of her education, work experience, the latest medical research and firsthand caregiving interactions. Working as a registered occupational therapist for over 30 years, her wealth of experience has led her to develop Positive Approach® to Care techniques and training models that now are used by families and professionals working or living with dementia or other brain changes throughout the world. 

Teepa will lead four sessions:
Pain and Dementia: How to Recognize and Intervene When Pain Is a Possibility will help professionals provide more effective and accurate assessments of pain status and possible medical emergencies when dementia is present. 

Holidays or Other Major Life Events When Dementia is Involved will help family members, staff, friends, faith communities and community agencies better understand the impact of dementia on the person and their family during traditional celebrations, holiday festivities and family gatherings and special events. 

Driving Issues – Signs that Say It’s Time to Stop and How to Help will help attendees better understand the issues related to dementia and driving. 

Making Moments of Joy will help caregivers recognize and appreciate their role in creating days filled with moments of joy and meaningful activities when caring for someone with dementia. 

REFUND POLICY: Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis and space is limited. Substitutions are accepted at any time. A full refund, less a $30 processing fee, will be granted if the request is received by November 1, 2019. No refunds provided for no shows or late cancellations. The planning committee and presenters declare no conflict of interest. We would like to thank the Alzheimer’s Association - Greater Michigan and Schoolcraft College for sponsoring our program. 

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