Dementia Care – Introducing Teepa Snow

Teepa Snow, an occupational therapist with forty years of clinical practice experience, is a leading educator on dementia and the care that accompanies it.

Whether it be:

  • What is dementia?
  • Communicating with a person with dementia
  • De-escalating situations when a person with dementia is upset, angry or agitated
  • Different types of dementia
  • Early signs & symptoms of dementia
  • Rediscovering moments of joys
  • Changes in personal relationships
Home Care, Caregivers, Dementia Trained Care, Special Care, Dementia

… Teepa has a range of videos & resources that can inform, support & assist health professionals, carers, partners/spouses & family members meet the challenges of caring for someone with dementia. Her approach is grounded, accessible, relatable & realistic. She is a very engaging presenter & connects really well with audiences because of the practical nature of the information provided & discussions facilitated.

Highly recommended to have a look at her website or search Youtube for her videos.

At InPlace Care you will find a range of Carers that are trained in caring for clients with illnesses such as Dementia. It is this training that sets apart a fabulous carer from someone who just is there to pass the time. 


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