Resources

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Dementia Info Roadmap

A document designed to provide a look at the big picture and the road ahead- and offers direction and tips about what to expect, what decisions lie ahead, and what steps to take. 

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Dementia Legal Planning Toolkit

In preparing for the future, this toolkit will help you look at the kinds of financial and healthcare decisions you will need to make if you are living with mild cognitive impairment or dementia. 

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Dementia Safety Toolkit

This info kit is a resource for family members and caregivers to assist in evaluating the home and taking steps to promote safety over the course of dementia.

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Northwest
Regional Council

Northwest Regional Council connects to create new solutions to navigate the challenges of aging and disability. They provide support to people experiencing dementia, and their caregivers. 

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Palliative Care Institute

The Palliative Care Institute at Western Washington University is a partnership with Northwest Life Passages Coalition and other agencies and volunteers to transform palliative care in Whatcom County and support our human responses to living and dying. 

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Adult Protective Services

Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to serving vulnerable adults. In collaboration with other agencies, their goal is to promote lives free of harm while respecting individual choice. 

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Dementia Action Collaborative

Dementia Action Collaborative (DAC) is a group of public-private partners committed to preparing Washington state for the growth of the population living with dementia. 

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Pro Bono Council

Washington Pro Bono Council members provide free legal aid services. Everyone should have legal help when facing a crisis. Find out if civil legal aid can help you by contacting your local volunteer lawyer program. 

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Dementia Support Northwest

An organization of volunteers, family and friends of persons affected by Alzheimer's disease and other dementia related diseases educating people about dementia related diseases and supporting caregiving partnerships.