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FSU Holley Academic Center

A Day with Teepa Snow at FSU PC Holey Academic Center 12.7.23

Teepa Snow, World Renowned Occupational Therapist and Dementia expert will discuss the importance of exercise on brain health when someone is living with dementia and other neurologic conditions such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's and Lewy Body Dementia. First Responders and EMS - welcome!

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A Day with Teepa Snow at FSU PC Holey Academic Center 12.7.23
A Day with Teepa Snow at FSU PC Holey Academic Center 12.7.23

Time & Location

Dec 07, 2023, 8:00 AM – 4:50 PM CST

FSU Holley Academic Center, 4750 Collegiate Dr, Panama City, FL 32405, USA

About the Event

Tickets Now Available - Live Webinar available     

If you are attending in-person, please purchase lunch for $15 so we will have enough for everyone attending.

VIP Family Caregivers FREE         Registration Donation: $75           Registration with CEUs: $125           Lunch: $15

For more information call Dementia Family Pathways at 850.215.7078    NOTE: If you want to pay by credit card, use PayPal to get to credit card.

We are excited for the return of Teepa Snow to Panama City, FL.   She is internationally renowned for her innovative clinical work and informative and entertaining dementia care trainings. Last time Teepa was live in Panama City Beach 2.22.22, her training filled hearts and minds with the good news of her Positive Approach to Care (PAC)!

This day-long seminar will teach attendees effective strategies for helping people with dementia during interactions, care delivery and daily engagement. The goal is to help reduce resistance to care and foster participation. Attendees will learn important observational skills to recognize and intervene effectively when behavioral challenges occur. Emphasizing the value of matching helping behaviors to the person’s needs and retained abilities to promote a sense of control and self-direction. Modifying the task demands, the environment, and the caregiver’s approach are three key elements to improving the situation. These three elements combined with knowledge of the individual’s background and life story medical, psychological, sensory conditions and level of cognitive function will form the base for problem solving and personalized care planning.

Various sessions through the workshop will address typical issues that occur from early stages of the condition, through mid-disease, and into the final care concerns that are part of the progression. Each session will help learners focus on carefully monitoring people with cognitive impairment for signs and signals of “unmet needs and growing distress” in order to intervene early and often with meaningful programming and empathetic communication. This effort to create a positive and caring environment rather than “dealing with the behavior” after it is established and full –blown will be promoted as a more effective model of caregiving.

Visit YouTube for samplings of Teepa Snow’s past presentations and outstanding work.  Also visit her website: TeepaSnow.com

Tickets

  • VIP - Family Caregiver

    You are the reason Dementia Family Pathways wants to bring Teepa Snow back to Panama City! If you are planning to attend in person, lunch will be provided for $15/person.

    $0.00
  • Lunch

    If you are planning to attend in person, lunch will be provided for $15/person

    $15.00
  • Registration with CEUs *

    If you are planning to attend in person, lunch will be provided at $15/person.

    $125.00
  • Guests / Sponsors *

    * lunch included

    $0.00
  • Scholarship Recipient - CEUs

    Scholarships are awarded on a case-by-case basis.

    $0.00

Total

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