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Teepa Snow: Managing Dementia Care in the Time of COVID-19

By | March 24th, 2020
Teepa Snow: Managing Dementia Care in the Time of COVID-19

Being Patient spoke with dementia caregiving expert Teepa Snow on what steps caregivers should be taking amid COVID-19 concerns.

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One thought on “Teepa Snow: Managing Dementia Care in the Time of COVID-19

  1. I am curious, have you studied how dementia, affect a blind person? My mom has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and she is blind, she was blinded when she was 15. in an auto accident. I have notice that the Covid-19 isolation, has had a huge impact on her. I think that her blindness has compounded her confusion even more.

    Thanks, Julie

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