* 1. A contributing factor to the stigmatization of people living with dementia is:

* 2. An example of a stigmatizing statement concerning someone living with dementia would be:

* 3. When a doctor tells a patient diagnosed with dementia to quit their jobs, get their affairs in order, and prepare to enter a nursing home, that is an example of: 

* 4. The Disability Model for dementia care is characterized by:

* 5. What does the research say about people living with dementia staying active beyond their diagnosis?

* 6. Creating Dementia Friendly communities is something new and there aren’t many resources to assist in developing them.

* 7. Educating yourself about the truth of living with dementia and how society can support families living with dementia is the first step to overcoming stigma.

* 8. Including people living with dementia in developing a dementia friendly agency or community is too taxing for them and should be avoided.

* 9. Spending time with people living with dementia is a very effective way to overcome the falsehoods of dementia stigma.

* 10. The best lesson to share with people living with dementia and their caregivers is: “Now is NOT the time to give up. Now is the time to REV UP!”

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