Brain Changes: Distinguishing Between Aging, Dementia and Depression

Brain Changes: Distinguishing Between Aging
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Brain Changes: Distinguishing Between Aging, Dementia and Depression

Salepage : Brain Changes: Distinguishing Between Aging, Dementia and Depression


Ms. Teepa L. Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA


2 Hours 01 Minutes


Audio and Video


Oct 26, 2021

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Digital Seminar

How do you tell when someone is experiencing a ‘senior moment’ and when it might be something more? This session will address the differences between ‘normal’ and ‘not normal’ brain aging. It will also help improve your understanding of the brain changes that occur during dementia, and the important ways in which these structural changes contribute to changes in everyday function. In addition, since dementia and depression/anxiety are often closely linked, you will learn the similarities and differences in symptoms of both conditions.

Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, is one of the world’s leading advocates and educators for anyone living with dementia or other forms of brain change.

Teepa is an Occupational Therapist with over forty years of rich and varied clinical and academic experience. Her philosophy is reflective of her education, work experience, medical research, and first-hand caregiving experiences. Her advocacy efforts led her to the development of the GEMS® State Model for understanding the progression of dementia and changes in abilities. She also created the Positive Approach to Care® training strategies, which are effective techniques for anyone seeking to optimize care and support for those living with brain change. As the Education Director of Eastern North Carolina’s Alzheimer’s Association, she also helped to create the nation’s award-winning DVD entitled, Accepting the Challenge: Providing the Best Care for People with Dementia. Her user-friendly approaches provide guidance and leadership to national efforts to promote best practices in care.

Teepa’s company, Positive Approach to Care (PAC), was founded in 2006 and is now collaborating to improve dementia care in over thirty countries worldwide. PAC provides online and in-person services, training, and products to professionals, family members, the lay public, and people living with brain change. Please visit for educational video clips, DVDs, books, information on individual certifications, online support groups, virtual and onsite trainings, or to subscribe to a free monthly newsletter.

Teepa presents with extraordinary expertise and humor to audiences large and small throughout the world. Please join in her mission to improve the culture of dementia care, one mind at a time.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Teepa Snow is the owner of Positive Approach, LLC. She has a consulting relationship with Duke University School of Nursing. She receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.

Non-financial: Teepa Snow is a member of Dementia Alliance International, the American Association of Geropsychiatry, The Society for Post Acute and Long Term Care Medicine, the NC Coalition for Long Term Care Enhancement, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), and the North Carolina Occupational Therapy Association (NCOTA). She serves on the advisory committee for the Alzheimer Foundation of America.

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