Dementia Conference with Teepa Snow
Sept. 23, 7:30am-4pm
Memory Care Home Solutions is proud to host one of the nation’s leaders in dementia education and care, Occupational Therapist Teepa Snow. Snow will be leading a professional education event unlike any other in the St. Louis region using her “Positive Approach” care model.
Teepa Snow’s unique and innovative teaching methods have helped her compile a huge fan base, and make her a sought-after speaker. Through 30 years of observation and interaction with those living with dementia, she has developed extensive knowledge of how dementia develops over time.
The seminar will be at Sheraton Westport Plaza on Sep. 23. Registration is $149.00 before Aug. 19. Click here to register.
About Teepa Snow
As one of America’s leading educators on dementia, Teepa Snow’s philosophy is reflective of her education, work experience, available medical research, and first hand 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. She is a graduate of Duke University, and received her MS degree from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She has a wealth of clinical, teaching, and research experiences that have informed and influenced her philosophy, approach, and practice. Teepa currently has clinical appointments with Duke University’s School of Nursing and UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine. Previously, she served as the Director of Education and Lead Trainer for the Eastern N.C. Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, as the Program Director of Durham Technical Community College’s, OTA program, as an interdisciplinary team member and clinical associate professor at UNC-CH School of Medicine’s Program on Aging, and as a coordinator and care manager for CAP Medicaid waiver services in NC. She has served in a wide variety of leadership and advisory positions in professional organizations at both state and national levels, including the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, AOTA, and NBCOT. She’s currently working with the CMS INTERACT program and is an active member of the US Dementia Action Alliance.
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