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Advocacy! Use Your Voice
Co-sponsored Training with ACAP (Adult Children of Aging Parents)
This session will define advocacy and teach you ways to effectively use your voice to help achieve the desired outcomes for your clients and/or loved ones. Advocacy uses key skills derived from effective communication and you will learn how to better use these skills when speaking with physicians, support coordinators, care managers, and professionals at all levels. We will share examples of how to use your voice for yourself, your family or for others.
• Defining Advocacy
• How to speak up for others in a personal and professional setting
• The importance of arming yourself with needed information