Education

Care Partner Support Series

Are you looking for an educational forum where you can gain awareness and knowledge of care strategies to help you provide better care for a loved one or friend living with dementia?

Positive Approach® to Care is now offering the Care Partner Support Series - Five Sessions to Change, to educate and connect caregivers of a person living with dementia through a webinar format. Led by Positive Approach Certified Consultants and Trainers, the series will run for five 90-minute weekly sessions. (Dates subject to change or modification.)

Teepa Snow videos, filmed at the Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging, will be viewed in each session to generate awareness, provide knowledge, and stimulate discussion. The series is progressive and includes such topics as Facing Dementia, Skills and Coping, The Long Haul, Taking Stock – Taking Care of You, and Putting it All Together.

The series is conducted using a virtual meeting room. We will be able to see and talk with each other – almost like being in person, but you get to keep your slippers on if you like!

Please note: The series is open to family members and friends. The series is not designed for professional caregivers. The sessions are not recorded.

What participants need: Ability and commitment to participate in ALL five sessions, a quiet room, computer/laptop/mobile device with a microphone and camera, and internet and email access.     

Fee: $100.00 – includes all five sessions as well as materials to download and print.

For more information, please email Kathy Tuckey.                   


Facilitators


Kay Adams
PAC Trainer and Consultant

 


Deb LeBlanc
PAC Trainer and Consultant

 


Kathy Tuckey
PAC Trainer and Mentor

Click on the event below to register:

Register before December 22, 2017 and use
Promo Code: EARLYBIRD to get $25.00 off the registration fee.

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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.