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Grief and Loss When Dementia is Part of the Family: A Conversation with Teepa Snow (Streaming)

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A new video from Teepa Snow on Grief and Loss

  • Are you wondering how to tell your loved one who is living with dementia that they have lost someone?
  • Should you bring someone who is living with dementia to a funeral?
  • What should you do if your loved one repeatedly asks about someone who is no longer living?
  • Or, have you lost your loved one who was living with dementia, and you are wondering why this grief feels different than other losses?

In this video, Teepa Snow addresses all of these challenging questions, and more. When dementia is involved, issues of grief and loss are often even more complex, stressful, and emotional than usual. Through candid conversations and role playing scenarios, Teepa and her Positive Approach to Care team help you navigate these sensitive and sometimes painful situations.

See the Description tab for chapter information  (Video Duration: 171 minutes)

Description

Grief and Loss When Dementia is Part of the Family: A Conversation with Teepa Snow

Duration: 3 hours (171 minutes)

  • Introduction  (0:59)
  • Chapter One: Are These Feelings of Grief Normal, Even Though My Family Member is Still Alive? (16:13)
  • Chapter Two: While My Family Member is Still Living, How Much Grief is Healthy? (15:00)
  • Chapter Three: When Someone Living with Dementia Has Lost Someone, How Do I Talk to Them About the Loss? (18:11)
  • Role Play for Chapter Three- Scenario One: When the Person Living with Dementia No Longer Recognizes the Loved One Who Has Passed (10:55)
  • Role Play for Chapter Three- Scenario Two: When the Person Living with Dementia Still Recognizes the Loved One Who Has Passed (12:59)
  • Role Play for Chapter Three- Scenario Three: When the Person Living with Dementia Has Trouble Remembering that a Loved One Has Passed (15:10)
  • Chapter Four: When Someone Living with Dementia Has Lost Someone, How Much Should They Be Included in the Funeral? (13:03)
  • Chapter Five: When I’ve Lost My Family Member Who Was Living with Dementia, Why Does This Loss Feel Different? (10:54)
  • Role Play for Chapter Five- When I’ve Lost My Family Member Who Was Living with Dementia, Why Does This Loss Feel Different? (32:39)
  • Chapter Six: Some Thoughts on Grief and Loss From a Hospice Chaplain with Rev. Dr. Zach O’Neel, Chaplain, St. Croix Hospice (6:12)
  • Chapter Seven: A Conversation About the Grief Cycle with Rev. Linn Possell (15:45)
  • Conclusion (2:08)

Duration: 3 hours (171 minutes)

Licensing & Permissions: Please note this content is intended for individual use only.  If you are interested in using this content in a group setting or for educational or training purposes, please contact our Licensing Department at licensing@teepasnow.com for more information. 

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