Dementia Care Tips by Teepa Snow
Bathing a patient with dementia/Alzheimer's
Lewy Body Dementia - DVD Excerpt with Teepa Snow

Guiding Caregivers on Their Journey

As our population ages our need for informed caregivers grows. Whether you’re family, friend or professional making smart, considered decisions about how to care and provide support for your loved one or patient will have a dramatic affect on the quality of their life – and yours.

Pines of Sarasota Education & Training Institute is recognized internationally as a cutting edge training center for residential and at-home caregivers, focusing on a diverse set of elder care concerns, from caregiving and nursing for dementia diseases and aging disabilities to elder law and end of life issues. It addresses quality of life interests like making healthy lifestyle choices, the role of the arts in healthcare and the importance of community.

For your convenience, training is offered at informative on-site seminars, through engaging webinars and by a series of DVDs created by Pines of Sarasota’s renowned educators. It’s all backed by outreach programs that offer support and resources to help you in the demanding and increasingly important role you play as caregiver.

Professional Opportunities
On-going classes are offered for professionals in Assisted Living Administrator certification. To enhance healthcare workers expertise and professional opportunities, we offer classes that “train the trainers” with Tom Campbell.

Pines of Sarasota Education & Training Institute has collaborated with the University of South Florida, the Institute for the Ages, and Positive Approach with Teepa Snow.

Seminars & Webinars
Check out our calendar of upcoming seminar and webinar subjects and speakers. Register today and begin learning how to make your experience as a caregiver easier, more rewarding and more meaningful for those you care for and for yourself.

The Calendar

Explore and sample our complete catalogue of DVDs, dealing with everything from saving your brain to diagnosing and treating the more than 85 forms of dementia – including Alzheimer’s Disease – this remarkable series of DVDs offers real solutions to the everyday challenges caregivers face.

The Catalogue