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How to Advocate for Loved Ones with Autism

If you are a parent whose child has been diagnosed as being on the Autism Spectrum—or a loved one, educator, guardian or companion of the child—advocacy will become a big part of your life.  It’s a word that probably sounds more formal than its meaning, and it’s something that every person involved in Autism does.  It becomes a part of you. Advocating can mean going to bat for and working for the rights and successful development of the person on the spectrum; it can mean explaining his or her situation to others and educating them; or helping him or her get the most out of life.

6 Ways You Can Be an Advocate for Alzheimer’s Patients

With Alzheimer’s numbers on the rise and this disease being one of the most expensive to research and maintain, it is important to take your place as an advocate for the cause. Whether you have a family member with Alzheimer’s or experience it personally, becoming an advocate is essential to supporting yourself and others.

Someone You Love Has Been Diagnosed with Breast Cancer - What Can You Do?

When someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer does finally become comfortable sharing the news, it is often difficult for friends and family to find the right response.
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