Finding Peace, Joy & Dignity With Memory Loss Through Validation

 Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Interviews

Naomi Feil Founder of the Validation Program

How To Find Peace, Joy & Dignity

With Memory Loss Through Validation

You won’t be disappointed with this interview so

just sit back and enjoy or listen while you are multi-tasking!

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Just in case you can’t hear the radio show from the above click here to go to the program

Powerful Video Everyone MUST SEE

Naomi Feil is coming to Minnesota to teach a Validation Workshop, as well as celebrate her 80th birthday  and 30+ years as a pioneer in shifting dementia care as well as the North American Validation Association meeting being held

The Workshop is on May 3rd from 8:30am – 5:00pm at the Eagan Community Center.  1501 Central Parkway Eagan, Mn   55121

NAVA 2nd Annual Meeting May 3rd from 5:30pm-10pm (following the workshop)

The Gala is May 4th from 1pm -5pm at the Eagan Community Center – 1501 Central Parkway Eagan, Mn 55121

See the following to  register

Check out the websites:

Check on the Validation Institute on Facebook

I hope to see you there!

Lori La Bey

9 Replies to “Finding Peace, Joy & Dignity With Memory Loss Through Validation”

  1. Wow, that is a great video. Thank you for telling me about it, I’ll be sure to share it!
    I have connections to dementia because one of my grandfathers had it and now my other grandfather is developing it.
    I also work for a company that works with people with dementia. Basically we produce and deliver personalized intervention therapies to help people with different things, depending on where they are in the progression of dementia. Anything from a quick reminder of a doctor’s appointment to reminiscence therapy.
    I’ve worked there 3 years and, though I now spend much of my time in the office, I used to spend a lot of time in memory care communities (and sometimes assisted living). I have a deep interest in helping people with dementia.
    I’m familiar with Naomi through my job; I so admire the work she’s done on validation.

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