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Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias 12-Part Series (Recorded Webinar)

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The Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow will focus on gaining awareness and knowledge related to sorting out various forms and types of brain changes that are related to dementia.  These twelve webinars were recorded from live webinar events that were held once a month in 2017.  Save $20 when you purchase the complete series ($10/each).

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Recognizing Delirium, Depression and Dementia - It's a Messy Puzzle (Recorded Webinar)

The first of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. This session focuses on the 3 d's: Delirium, Depression & Dementia: the similarities and differences.

Duration of Webinar 86:01

Which Dementia is it? Getting to Know the Various Forms and Types (Recorded Webinar)

The second of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow.  This series focuses on gaining awareness and knowledge related to sorting out various forms and types of brain changes that are related to dementia. With over 100 dementias to pick from, which one or ones are you noticing? This session will highlight some of the more common symptoms that may signal the presence of some specific dementias. The purpose is to provide some structure to help you determine if the symptoms are part of a pattern or something else.

Duration of Webinar 86:28

Vascular Dementia: What Does it look like and How to help (Recorded Webinar)

The third of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. This series will focus on gaining awareness and knowledge related to sorting out various forms and types of brain changes that are related to dementia.  This session discusses vascular dementia.

Duration of Webinar 87:22

Understanding Lewy Body Dementia: One Size Doesn't Fit All (Recorded Webinar)

The fourth of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. In this session, Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) will be front and center. We will discuss this most missed and misdiagnosed dementia. Part of the session will help to recognize the possible presence of LBD. The rest of the session will focus on strategies to live life with this fluctuating mystery guest.

Duration of Webinar 88:42

Frontal Lobe Behavioral Variant: What is it and How to help (Recorded Webinar)

The fifth of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. When someone is living with Frontal Lobe Dementia, early signs appear to be more related to personality changes, poor judgment, and impulsivity than traditional memory problems. This combined with a younger age for onset can result in legal, financial, and social support issues that make typical places and types of care a BAD match. This session will help us explore the condition and talk through what options might help.

Duration of Webinar 85:31

Primary Progressive Aphasia: What is it and How to help (Recorded Webinar)

The sixth of twelve webinars recorded as part of the series, Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias. PPA is all about language, or the lack there of. This session will try to help us appreciate the world when words do not work they way they did or should. We will highlight the difference between various forms of PPA. More importantly, try to figure out how we can effectively connect and communicate when someone is living while losing formal language skills.

Duration of Webinar 87:36

Frontal-Temporal Dementia: What is it and How to help (Recorded Webinar)

The seventh of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. Having looked at frontal lobe and temporal lobe conditions, this session will explore the combination. Traditionally referred to a Picks disease, this combo can create some of the most amygdala driven relationships among people who are involved. In this session we will discuss insider supportive strategies to help everyone involved optimize safety and well-being while still seeing the person on the other side as valuable.

Duration of Webinar 85:32

Alzheimers Young Onset: What It Is and How To Help (Recorded Webinar)

This is the seventh of twelve recorded webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. Learn about the various forms of young onset dementia, when first symptoms occur prior to age 65-70.  Then, explore the unique situations and challenges of young onset dementia, and discover techniques to help improve interactions.

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Discuss common symptoms of young onset dementia
  • Understand situations and challenges specific to young onset dementia
  • Describe several options to help manage challenging situations

Duration of Webinar 89:36

Dementia and Developmental Disabilities: What's Happening (Recorded Webinar)

This is the ninth of twelve recorded webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow.  For the first time in history, people living with developmental disabilities and intellectual disabilities since childhood are experiencing full life spans.  As this happens, we are recognizing a growing and special population of people who are living with dementia.  In this webinar, explore awareness of early symptoms of dementia in this population, learn about supports and options that will be helpful, and gain knowledge of approaches that make a difference.

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand situations and challenges specific to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities who may be living with dementia
  • Describe examples of early dementia symptoms in this population
  • Discuss several supports and approaches that may be used to help those living with dementia and other disabilities

Duration of Webinar 83:42

Other Dementias: Posterior Cortical Atrophy, Alcohol Induced Dementia and more (Recorded Webinar)

The tenth of twelve webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. And now for the dementias we have not talked about yet. In this session we will discuss some other forms of atypical dementias. We will try to sort through symptoms, challenges, and supportive care strategies or programs that might be helpful or considered.

Duration of Webinar 82:47

Brain Fitness for All of Us: What’s Out There That Might Help? (Recorded Webinar)

This is the eleventh of twelve recorded webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow.  Learn about the parts of the brain that are the most at risk for major changes associated with various forms of dementia.  Then, explore risk-reduction strategies and suggestions for keeping brains as healthy as possible, whether you are living with brain change yourself or simply want to start to maintain life-long healthy brain habits.

By the end of this session you will be able to:

  • Describe significant brain changes that often occur in dementia
  • Discuss a variety of strategies that are believed to reduce the risk of developing dementia
  • Select at least one option you would like to try to help to maintain your brain health

Duration of Webinar 86:10

Care Planning That Makes Sense and Works When Living With Dementia (Recorded Webinar)

This is the twelfth of twelve recorded webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow.  When someone is living with dementia, advocacy starts by helping to determine which system of care support is best for them.  Learn about the many aspects to consider when making care planning decisions, including who the person was and what they wanted for themselves, what the person is indicating they want at this time, who can provide the support that is desired, what the environment will support, what the possible and probable outcome would be, and the amount of risk the person and support system is willing to accept.

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the process of advocacy for someone living with dementia
  • List several different aspects to consider when care planning for someone living with dementia
  • Describe the benefits of person-centered care planning

Duration of Webinar 87:54

Description

Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias

  • Recognizing Delirium, Depression, and Dementia – It’s a Messy Puzzle (86:01)
  • Which Dementia is it? Getting to Know the Various Forms and Types (86:28)
  • Vascular Dementia: What Does It Look Like and How to Help (87:27)
  • Lewy Body Dementia: What Does It Look Like and How to Help
  • Frontal Lobe – Behavioral Variant: What It Is and How to Help (85:31)
  • Primary Progressive Aphasia: What It Is and How to Help (87:36)
  • Frontal-Temporal Dementia: What It Is and How to Help (85:32)
  • Alzheimers Young Onset: What It Is and How to Help (89:36)
  • Dementia and Developmental Disabilities: What’s Happening (83:42)
  • Other Dementias: Posterior Cortical Atrophy, Alcohol Induced Dementia, etc…(82:47)
  • Brain Fitness for All of Us: What’s Out There that Might Help? (86:10)
  • Care Planning that Makes Sense and Works for PLwD (87:54)

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