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    Contents: Definition of discrimination Why people with a learning disability are at increased risk of discrimination Additional discrimination seen when people have Dementia Definition of Stigma Why stigma is historically a BIG problem in Dementia The importance of challenging stigma to support living well What has been done to tackle stigma? The national ambition for reducing discrimination and stigma How discrimination and stigma can make a person feel Recognising discrimination and stigma in everyday life How to support a person when they are the subject of discrimination or stigma Reporting concerns How you can avoid being discriminatory or stigmatising Combating discrimination and stigma Taking inspiration from the disability movement Education! Education! Education.
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    Contents of this booklet: Why does it happen? Ways to support the person Think about unmet needs Understanding the person's health needs Changing daily life
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    Contents: The importance of good quality end of life care What is the difference between end of life care and palliative care? Useful words that can help you understand end of life care Talking about death and dying Talking about death to the dying person Respecting human rights and a right to know Human rights and end of life care Supporting people at the end of their life.
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    Why is Advance Care Planning Important? What is Advance Care Planning? Who can undertake Advance Care Planning and when should it occur? When should Advance Care Planning take place? Identify ways of promoting positive communication around ACP Recognise barriers to communication Promoting opportunities for discussion and responding to 'cues' Time and place Communicate and Listen Documenting References.
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    General information about the NHS Who does what? How is the NHS regulated? Why do we need to think about how people with a learning disability access the NHS? How does The Equality Act 2010 ensure people with a learning disability have equal access to healthcare? What are reasonable adjustments? The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and access to healthcare What to do if things do not go well: The NHS Complaints process Top Tips to involve someone you support in their health care In Summary.
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