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  1. İSTANBUL – REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM IN THE MIDDLE EAST Ethical Dilemmas and Human Rights of Persons with Dementia Lilia Mendoza 02.10.05

  2. GOV FM SOC ADI ALZ ASSO. PWD NH, DC, RC PHY RES. HCT P.I. Lilia Mendoza

  3. WHAT DOES THE LABEL OF DEMENTIA MEAN IN YOUR SOCIETY? ACCORDING TO YOUR VALUES AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE WHAT IS THE PICTURE OF DEMENTIA AND OF OLD AGE?

  4. DISCRIMINATION STIGMA IGNORANCE LACK OF INFORMATION FEAR CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE

  5. DEMENTIA RECOGNIZED AS PUBLIC HEALTH CHALLENGE STIGMA “NORMAL PART OF AGEING”

  6. IS AD AND OTHER DEMENTIAS A LEGAL CHALLENGE?

  7. ARE WE REALLY AWARE OF OUR HUMAN RIGHTS?

  8. LEGAL AND FINANCIAL SITUATION ETHICAL DILEMMAS HUMAN RIGHTS THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA ROLE PLAYED BY ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATIONS WHO-OMS

  9. WORLD OF STRUCTURAL HETEROGENEITY EVEN IN THE SAME COUNTRY

  10. TYPES OF SOCIETIES OR COUNTRIES INDEPENDENT, AUTONOMOUS INDIVIDUALS IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES: HYPERCOGNITIVE, PRODUCTIVITY, EFFICIENT USE OF TIME AND ENERGY, DO NOT RELY ON OTHERS DEPENDENT PERSONS ALL THEIR LIFE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES INTERDEPENDENT PERSONS BASED IN A SOLIDARITY SYSTEM, EXCHANGING SERVICES FOR EACH OTHER, OVERPROTECTION OR OPPRESSIVE CARE

  11. HUMAN NATURE AND HUMAN BEINGS ARE THE SAME ALL OVER THE JOURNEY INTO FORGETFULNESS

  12. ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENT RELIGIOUS PATTERNS TRADITIONS VALUES BELIEFS CONCERNS COMMON SENSE PRACTICES COLLECTIVE RESPONSABILITY ATTITUDES LEGAL SYSTEM

  13. HUMAN RIGHTS & ETHICAL DILEMMAS GOVERNMENT PERSON WITH DEMENTIA FAMILY MEMBER PHYSICIAN, HEALTH CARE TEAM RESEARCHER PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY INSTITUTIONS

  14. SOURCES OF INFORMATION DAILY EXPERIENCES (TESTIMONIES) FAMILY MEMBERS IN SUPPORT GROPUS OR TRAINING COURSES IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES INTERNATIONAL DEBATE: ETHICISTS, PHILOSOPHERS, JURISTS, THEOLOGIANS, ANTHROPOLOGISTS, SOCIOLOGISTS, POLITICIANS, PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS & BOOKS COMPARISONS BETWEEN COUNTRIES

  15. CHALLENGE TO OVERCOME SOCIAL STIGMAS INFORMATION CHANGING ATTITUDES SOLIDARITY EMPHATY

  16. PERSONS WITH OR WITHOUT DEMENTIA HAVE EXACTLY THE SAME RIGHTS Principles of King’s Fund, Australia, 1986

  17. THE PERSON WITH DEMENTIA IS A HUMAN BEING WHO DESERVES DIGNITY PWD HAVE THE SAME PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS AS OTHERS: STIMULATION, COMPANIONSHIP, TO FEEL SECURE, UNIQUE, VALUED AND A SENSE OF SELF STEEM

  18. CENTRAL MORAL TASK OF CHANGING ATTITUDES IS NOT A QUESTION OF “THOSE” AND “US” PROVIDING FORMS OF CARE THAT ATTEND TO THE NONCOGNITIVE ASPECTS OF THE SELF Stephen G. Post

  19. VERY IMPORTANT TO RAISE AWARENESS CREATE COLLECTIVE WISDOM ENHANCE COMPASSION GENERATE HOPE Peter Whitehouse

  20. WHAT ARE THE FIGURES OF DEMENTIA IN YOUR COUNTRY?

  21. IS VOLUNTARY WORK A TRADITION IN YOUR CULTURE, COUNTRY?

  22. % POPULATION COVERED BY HEALTH & SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM

  23. OPPRESSIVE CARE OVERPROTECTION

  24. HOW DIFFICULT VERSUS EASY IS TO DECIDE FOR OTHERS

  25. “FAMILIES HAVE BEEN FORCED TO MAKE DIFFICULT DECISIONS CONCERNING CARE” Mitsue Nagashima, Japan

  26. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CARE IN YOUR COUNTRY FAMILY STATE NGO’S RELIGIOUS GROUPS COMBINATION

  27. ARE THERE RELIGIOUS PATTERNS? IN THE HOLY QURAN: SURAH: XVII, 24,25 XXIX,7 XLVI,14,15,16 OBLIGATIONS TO PARENTS

  28. THERE IS A NEED TO COLLECT SPECIFIC LOCAL NATIONAL REGIONAL NTERNATIONAL LEGISLATION ON THE FIELD OF DEMENTIAS