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Don’t Tell Me to “Calm Down”!

EYE-OPENING TEEPA-CARE VIDEO:

Teepa Snow shows how to “say it right” – and not dish out upsetting words – to people with dementia. Get great tips from a well-known expert in this brilliant presentation.


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Gingersmom
Gingersmom
April 2, 2014 3:43 pm

I work in long-term care, and this video was an eye opener. I'd love to share it with my coworkers.

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