Would you or your staff like to improve interactions with those living with dementia or other forms of brain change? Would you like to learn how to communicate effectively with those living with brain change, de-escalate challenging resident/patient situations, and improve retention through effective staff training? If so, consider attending SDAHO’s 96th Annual Convention where Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care will be presenting live and in-person, September 22.
Join Amanda Bulgarelli (Teepa Snow’s daughter), as she presents three sessions focused on equipping staff with effective training to support patients/residents living with brain change. Growing up with Teepa as a mother, Amanda has been part of the Positive Approach to Care team from the very beginning. Amanda is passionate about spreading knowledge and awareness to improve interactions with those living with brain change. To learn more about Amanda and Positive Approach to Care presentations click here.
Topics presented at SDAHO’s Annual Convention:
- Increase Retention with Positive Approach to Care Methods
- Coping with Challenging Situations in Dementia Care
- Improve Care Outcomes with Champion Courses
SDAHO would like to thank the South Dakota Department of Human Services, Ombudsman Division for providing the funding to bring Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care resources and education to SDAHO’s Annual Convention.
To register for SDAHO’s Annual Convention, click here.