Skagit Adult Day Program

Demystifying Dementia

Dementia is a brain disease that affects one out of five families in drastic and devastating ways. Left with few choices, the caregiver, often a spouse or adult child, must take over the exhausting and overwhelming task of tending to the needs of someone whose brain is dying. Teepa Snow, MS, ORT/L, FAOTA educates and entertains her audience on the challenges facing caregivers and struggles of dementia victims at Skagit Adult Day Program’s 2013 spring luncheon.