teepa2Dementia does not rob someone of their dignity, it’s our reaction to them that does
Teepa Snow’s videos are now available at the University of Manitoba!
Teepa Snow is a dementia-care education specialist with a background in occupational therapy and 30 years of clinical experience. Teepa uses multi-modal learning to help people build their knowledge about dementia and to understand the behaviour of those with dementia. Teepa delivers practical, useful advice that is easy-to-follow through her series of videos. Caregivers, whether in their own home or a residential care setting, will learn important skills for dealing with dementia behaviour. Try some of her tips, learn new skills and learn how to see from a dementia patient’s perspective.
Some of the titles currently available through the Libraries’ catalogue are:
– Lewy body dementia: what everyone needs to know
– Filling the day with meaning
– The inevitable hospital stay: how to advocate for your loved one with dementia
– Maintain your brain: dementia risk reduction and adult life after diagnosis
– The journey of dementia
– The art of caregiving
– Progression of dementia seeing gems and not just loss
– End of life care & letting go
– Understanding frontotemporal dementias
– In-home dementia care: tips & techniques
– PAC skills make the difference
– Accepting the challenge providing the best care for people with dementia
– Dementia care provision: reducing risk by changing care strategies
Check back often for new titles! Educators can book these videos by contacting the J.W. Crane Memorial Library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-831-2152.