"Elizabeth cared for our parents for close to 3 years. She cared for them with compassion, understanding, sensitivity, tenderness and above all, quality health care."
Sound Options Presents: Teepa Snow Dementia Training Event
Date: February 10, 2014
Morning Session: "The ABCs of Dementia & Caregiving- Essentials for Good Care"
Afternoon Session: "Developing Activities that have Meaning and Work"
Event Check-In 8:15AM
Training 9AM-5PM with one hour break for lunch (not provided)
Museum of Glass - Tacoma
1801 Dock Street
Tacoma, Washington 98402
$75 per person
$85 for those seeking CEUs
The City of Tacoma operates a parking garage that is located beneath the Museum of Glass. Entrance to the garage is on the north side of the building (the Cone is on the south end) next to the loading dock. Parking rates are $5.00 for 0-3 hours and $10.00 for 3+ hours. Please remember to pay for parking before entering the event.
With 5 Million Americans suffering from Alzheimer's and other dementias, billions of hours are spent on dementia care from family caregivers and professionals. Facing the challenges of this disease will mean equipping ourselves with techniques and practical knowledge for providing the highest quality of life to those with the disease.
Please join Sound Options on February 10, 2014 for a 1-day dementia training event, featuring occupational therapist and expert dementia educator, Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA. Her practical insight and engaging delivery will make for an educational experience NOT TO MISS!
6 continuing education credits will be available for professionals.
Whether you are a Nurse, Social Worker, or Guardian, eldercare professionals are on the front lines of guiding care and quality of life for clients with dementia. Continuing education in this disease is crucial in meeting the growing need. Continuing education units will be available for eldercare professionals along with quality educational content.
Currently, 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. With the increasing prevalence of this disease, it is crucial that professional caregivers are well equipped to communicate and care for those with dementia. Teepa’s hands-on training and illustrations will leave you with unforgettable tips and techniques for providing exceptional care.
Family members are often the first to notice the signs of dementia and often the first to jump in to provide a range of coordination and care. The stress and logistics can be overwhelming. Whether you are looking to better communicate and understand your loved one, or need techniques for providing day-to-day care, you will be inspired and equipped with the tools you need.
Cancellation Policy: Should you need to cancel your reservation for the event, please contact Sound Options at 800.628.7649. A full refund will be provided when notice is given at least 2 weeks prior to the event date. No refunds will be available past January 27th.
Registration Deadline: January 27th Seating is limited. Please reserve your seats today.
Payment Deadline: February 1, 2014
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