Colleen Sellers on being the Voice
Written by pwtalkradio on March 23, 2019
Colleen Sellers Interview on being an Advocate for your loved ones. It is so important for the caregiver to be the voice of a loved one with Dementia/Alzheimer’s. Colleen gives many examples of how she had to be the voice for her mother.
Dementia/Alzheimer Patients have many issues in communicating and they need their voices heard. When it comes to treatment and medication that is where you come in to help to be their voice. Doctors and Hospitals think they know better on treatment, well that is not always true. The caregivers live with the Dementia/Alzheimer’s 24/7, who knows better? Yes! the caregiver. Doctors and hospitals need to pay better attention to the caregivers and what they have to say. You will hear in this audio with Colleen on how she helped her mother in being her VOICE. I am sure you have had your own issues with the Medical Community. I have placed contact information should you want to contact Colleen in this blog. We all need to be Advocates for our loved ones and also for ourselves.
To hear more of this discussion with Colleen Sellers Please Click here to listen…
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