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Teepa Snow

Positive Approach to Care (PAC)

One of the most awesome things that has happened to me along this journey, is finding Teepa Snow.  There are so many reason why I am a better person, care partner and mentor to the people I support, but the biggest gift she has given me, is the ability to help those who support people living with Dementia the ability to see what their people have left, the PAC to support them and an explanation of "why" people living with Dementia do what they do.

As a Certified PAC Trainer I am honored to join her cause and spread her message! 


Until There's a Cure for Dementia...

There's a Positive Approach to Care! 

Teepa Snow


Frontline Connection

Experience Dementia from the Inside

and the Outside

“How we start dictates… Dictates where we end…” 

How we connect matters, whether it’s with the people we support, Caregivers, Families and other staff members.

  • Discover the world of dementia by understanding how people with dementia experience their world. 

  • Understand yourself as a Caregiver as well as the Family Caregivers you support through their caregiving journey.

  • Learn the Positive Approach to Care and Hand under Hand Philosophy that will enhance interaction and reduce negative responses

Target Audience: Frontline Staff, Dietary, Laundry, Housekeeping, Maintenance, Volunteers, Clergy, Emergency Response Teams


Length of Presentation:  4hrs

Tri-fecta Option

Reaching Out

Dementia…Connecting to what I have left...

We spend a lot of time fighting against the things I have lost as a person living with Dementia.  Imagine what would happen if we connect to what I have left?

• Why are we getting the responses we are getting

• What we are not understanding about how People living with Dementia take in the world around them

• Tools to help our families connect when our people seem the least connectable.

Target Audience:  Professional & Family Caregivers

Length:  2hrs

Personalized Dementia Care 

Bridging the Gap Between the

Person-Centered Approach


the Human Experience

People living with Dementia react to the world around them in ways that are difficult for us to understand let alone support.  More often than not the support we provide is not helping the situation it is making it worse, simply because we don’t understand how they take in the world around them.


  • Learn how our box of stories we have collected during our lifetime, impact the care and support we provide to ourselves and others.

  • Discover why it is imperative to understand our “humanness” when we are supporting people living with Dementia, their families and each other.

  • Shift your thinking and support from fighting against what people living with Dementia have lost, to connecting and supporting them based on what they have left.

Target Audience:  Professional & Family Caregivers

Length:  2hrs

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