Visiting Angels will meet with the family members of the loved one needing care, along with the medical professionals involved in their life. Our goal is to get a complete picture of your loved one's in-home care needs.
Life Care Navigation is a collection of customized care programs focusing on specific elements such as the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of your loved one.
If you love to work with people and are seeking a rewarding job that provides a sense of joy and gratification helping others, and have a history as a caring compassionate caregiver, you can become an Angel companion!
Terri & Gary DeVeau
5000 W 36th St #115
St Louis Park, MN, 55416
Join our Visiting Angels' agency team for the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's ® Twin Cities, the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The Twin Cities Walk to End Alzheimer’s raised a record $1.6 million in support of the Alzheimer’s Association in 2019! More than 10,000 people descended upon downtown Minneapolis at Target Field to raise the funds that will go toward supporting the association’s research programs. The Twin Cities event is the No. 1 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in the nation.
Although we are unable to gather this September 26 at Target Field for The Walk, we encourage your presence in your neighborhood to create awareness and support for the cause. In these challenging times, your advocacy efforts are needed now more than ever! If your family or someone you know has been impacted by dementia and Alzheimer's, please support the cause we all deeply care about.
Click on the attached link to visit our team page, sign-up, share your stories with us, and donate!
Visiting Angels's Walk to End Alzheimer's Team Page
Visiting Angels has joined the fight to end Alzheimer's. Donate today and help us reach our goal.
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Visiting Angels West Metro strives to educate and train staff and community to enhance the lives and relationships of those living with brain change. We do this through teaching innovative and increased awareness in dementia skills based on the nature of human beings. We have adopted Teepa Snow’s Positive Approach to Care® (PAC) training model.
It is our joint mission with Teepa to help families and professionals better understand how it feels to be living with dementia and related challenges. Teepa’s philosophy for living well with dementia focuses on the interpersonal dynamics of coping with a changing brain and is reflective of her diverse education, work experience, medical research, and first hand caregiving experiences.
We continually develop our skills with the Teepa Snow organization and it’s training, and PAC team members and the growing PAC Community. We are proud to have two Certified Independent Trainers in Positive Approach to Care® on our agency team. Both Jessica Epple, Registered Nurse and Lindsy Dodge, Intake Coordinator work to create a person-centered care plan which meets the complex and unique needs of any individual living with dementia. Our trainers and Case Managers are mentors with all of our employees with one-on-one training topics, addressing challenging behaviors, connecting techniques, and positive physical approaches.
Ongoing, through our supervisory visits, small group workshops, on-line training library, and semi-annual all staff meetings - we’re on the leading edge - enhancing the skills of caregivers and the lives of care recipients and families.
Call us today for how we can make a positive difference for you or a loved one - 952-935-0789. And, we invite you to view and take advantage of the following Teepa Snow resources through these links: