We want to hear from you!

If you know Teepa Snow, you know she is all about feedback and sharing with one another to create supportive dementia related community. Please share with us your personal and professional feedback, experiences, information, stories, topics or requests for trainings you would like to see scheduled in your area. 

Positive Approach® would also like you to know, while we want to hear from everyone who has a training request or something to share, the reality is that Teepa and her team receive a large influx of email and correspondence, therefore we ask for your patience with response time. Someone will connect with you within 2 business days! If your need is urgent or specifically addressed to Teepa, please state that in the subject line. It can also be helpful to use the email subject links below or leave a telephone message to help expedite your response time.

Thank you for visiting, connecting, and reaching out so we can be of service! 


For general interest or to book Teepa for a speaking engagement, educational presentation, interview, or public relations event, please be advised that Teepa's travel schedule is typically booked 12-18 months out. She does hold days, however, for PR related opportunities and has a waiting list for groups interested in case of an event cancellation.


To inquire about PAC training events, community or oganizational culture change, certifications or consultations



For questions or concerns about event registration or payments



For STORE related questions or concerns about products, orders, payments, or shipments


To request dementia related personal guidance or support



To inquire about interest in licensing Teepa's educational content for company elearning or community education systems


Address & Telephone

P.O. Box 430 Efland, NC 27243

(877) 877-1671


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Positive Approach to Care

Teepa Snow’s philosophy and education is reflective of her life-long journey professionally caring for and personally living with various forms of dementia. This person-centered approach evolved to meet the complex and unique needs of individuals using effective and structured technique. Teepa and her company strive to grow appreciation of differences that will lead to better care and support of those living with changing abilities.