The Kensington at Fort Madison is hosting a virtual event at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1. The event will feature Teepa Snow, a well-known educator and expert in dementia care.
The subject of the event is “Why are they doing this?” » Understand the symptoms and conditions of dementia. The event aims to help care partners of people with dementia better understand why their loved ones say or do unexpected and difficult things. Participants will learn about the many changes that occur in the brain as the disease progresses and how their reactions and responses affect loved ones.
Snow is an occupational therapist with 40 years of experience in clinical practice. In 2005, she founded Positive Approach to Care (PAC), a company that provides training, services and products to dementia care worldwide. She is active on social media and provides helpful tools on her own website, teepasnow.com.
Places for this event are limited. To reserve a seat, contact Cindy Greer at Kensington by calling 319-372-4233 or emailing [email protected]
Those who RSVP will receive an event registration link that is usable only by them.
The Kensington is an assisted living community that also provides memory care for people with all types of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.
The community often provides helpful resources for families, including educational events, respite stays and more.