A key component in becoming a better self-advocate is education. Self-advocacy is integral in improving the situation for ourselves and our family as it allows us to understand our personal strengths and weaknesses that could be communicated to others. Included below are several educational resources that can help with your familiarization of the various aspects of dementia, as well as guidance towards becoming a better-self advocate.
There are a numerous amount of ways that you may learn about dementia and the symptoms and causes. Click on the following to be transported to the Alzheimer’s Association page information on dementia here.
Healthy Brains – Cleveland Clinic Lunch and Learn
Vascular Dementia – Cleveland Clinic Lunch and Learn
Missed Diagnoses Lost Opportunities
Incorporating a Dementia Strategy into your Practice
Treatment Options for the General Practitioner
Dementia and the Law