Tuesday, October 20

Diagnosing Dementia the Right Way


Learn to help your loved one get the right diagnosis. See Teepa show what to do, how to act, and which questions to ask the doctors.

Getting a diagnosis for a loved one is as much about knowing what to ask as it is about how to ask it. In this video, Teepa Snow offers a rich batch of helpful diagnostic tips.

This video clip is an excerpt of "The Journey of Dementia", a 3 hour training DVD for Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregivers, with Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA.

Preparation and readiness are key to being the best possible caregiver you can be! "The Journey of Dementia" is packed with over 3 hours of essential preparation tips and advice to give you vital information for all situations.
You will learn to:
  1. Make the most of doctor's visits
  2. Get proper screenings to determine the stage of the disease and the best level-appropriate care
  3. Look for vital legal and financial documents that need to be prepared before the disease progresses
  4. Give the best possible support during Emergencies
  5. To determine when and if facility placement is the best choice
  6. Find the best End of Life care
Join the thousands of caregivers that have made their loved ones feel at ease with Teepa.

  • "The Journey of Dementia" is presented by The Pines Education Institute of SW Florida and facilitated by Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA.

The Pines Education Insitute is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing education, outreach programs, support, resources and counseling to family members and geriatric caregivers. For more information please visit www.pinesofsarasota.org.
© 2012, Pines Education Institute of S.W. Florida and Teepa Snow

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  1. a friend reports she has not repsonded to a variety of her mother's medical nees among them a diagnosis for AD- its been a year and she wonders how long her LO can drive; she can't recmemer- i have my idease but he's not listenin- meanwhile the woman hernia hs been getting large for a year...and the alzheirm's or othr disorder has been going on for a year a- daughter says her mom gets mad at her.


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