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‘Just Ask’: New Video About Suicide Prevention in the Legal Profession from Texas and Pennsylvania LAPs Shows Why We All Need to Help

Two lawyer assistance programs, TLAP and LCL of PA, recently released an important video encouraging everyone in the legal profession to help save lives by asking how a colleague is doing anytime we notice they might be struggling.   If…

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I’m concerned that my colleague might be developing Alzheimer’s. What should I do?

With the work force aging and baby boomers moving toward/entering retirement, there has been an increase in dementia in the workforce. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. It is a progressive disease that worsens with time and impacts the person’s mental functioning in multiple areas. Symptoms often include declining memory (difficulty remembering common words, people, recent events, etc.), declining mental functioning (difficulty doing simple math, disorganization, confusion, etc.), and changes in mood and behavior (mood swings, agitation, social withdrawal, personality changes, etc.). Alzheimer’s disease is usually thought of as a disease that occurs in older adults (onset after 65 years old), but a small percentage of cases occur in those in their 40’s or 50’s (called younger-onset).

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