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Felicia Greenfield, LCSW and Executive Director of Penn Memory Center, explains the importance of getting a diagnosis when cognitive impairment is suspected, the process of getting a diagnosis, and the steps that can be taken after diagnosis. She suggests that understanding what lies ahead, securing resources for support, financial planning, and creating a safe environment are just a few examples of actions families can take to help maximize quality of life while living with dementia. Lifestyle changes, safe and effective ways to continue working if still employed, and strategies for engagement and socialization are a few topics she addresses.


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