Agnieszka Smrokowska-Reichmann

Agnieszka Smrokowska-Reichmann - graduate of the University of Paris Lodron in Salzburg and the Faculty of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.

Doctor of humanities, ethicist, psychogerontologist, assistant professor at the Institute of Applied Sciences of the B. Czech University of Physical Education in Krakow.

International Snoezelen specialist and international Snoezelen teacher on behalf of ISNA-MSE (International Snoezelen Association-Multi Sensory Enviornment). Chairperson of the Polish section of ISNA-MSE and at the same time of the Polish Snoezelen Association (World Experience Room). Member of the international board of ISNA-MSE.

Propagator of the Snoezelen method in Poland and author of the Polish name of the method: Hall of Experiencing the World.

Manager of the Snoezelen research laboratory (the World Experience Room) within the Central Science and Research Laboratory at the AWF in Krakow.

Founding member of the Polish Occupational Therapy Association. Member of the Board of the Polish Occupational Therapy Association.

Author of scientific publications in the fields of philosophy, ethics, the Snoezelen method, working with seniors, including seniors with dementia, and occupational therapy (research articles, academic textbooks).

Promoter and assistant promoter of numerous bachelor's, master's and doctoral theses.

For many years, she has cooperated with educational and support organisations and institutions in Poland and abroad. Provides training on, among other things:

- theory and practice of the Snoezelen method (World Experience Room),

- theory and practice of modern occupational therapy,

- professional approaches to the problems of people with dementia and their families,

- issues related to old age,

- communication issues with different groups of clients,

- ethics of professional helping.

Clinical research manager and reading intervention supervisor for the international research project "HOMESIDE - a research project to support people living with dementia and their family caregivers" (2019-2022)

Country manager of the international research project 'Support of the Snoezelen concept and its integration into university education' (2020-2022)