Care Planning That Makes Sense and Works When Living With Dementia (Recorded Webinar)
This is the twelfth of twelve recorded webinars in the Getting Connected: Understanding Different Dementias webinar series with Teepa Snow. When someone is living with dementia, advocacy starts by helping to determine which system of care support is best for them. Learn about the many aspects to consider when making care planning decisions, including who the person was and what they wanted for themselves, what the person is indicating they want at this time, who can provide the support that is desired, what the environment will support, what the possible and probable outcome would be, and the amount of risk the person and support system is willing to accept.
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand the process of advocacy for someone living with dementia
- List several different aspects to consider when care planning for someone living with dementia
- Describe the benefits of person-centered care planning
Duration of Webinar 87:54
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