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Stepping Into Dementia’s Reality: Real-Life Advice From Teepa Snow

By Being Patient | March 19th, 2019

Dementia care expert, Teepa Snow, discusses strategies caregivers can use to help their loved ones.

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3 thoughts on “Stepping Into Dementia’s Reality: Real-Life Advice From Teepa Snow

    1. Thank you very much for this interview. First time at Being Patient and first time hearing Teepa Snow. I’m looking forward to using both your resources again and again. 🙂

      1. My Dad says he’s getting nauseous every time we get into the vehicle. He has never actually vomited. But from the moment we get in until we are back into the driveway the whole conversation is about how he thinks he’s going to throw up. I have tried putting him in the front seat, next time the backseat, it doesn’t seem to make a difference. I’m very careful about my driving and making smooth slow turns.

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