A Letter From A Mother To Her ...

30 Apr, 2013 by

Thank you to Julie Line for sending us this very moving letter from a mother to her daughter. You may have seen this in various places around the internet and on facebook, but if you haven’t read it yet- please enjoy it now.

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Dementia Fundraising: Forgotte...

29 Apr, 2013 by

Forgotten Paths is the 2013 attempt by Ross Packman to hike the 630-mile South West Coast Path (SWCP), aiming to raise £5000 for the Alzheimer’s Society.

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Dementia The Long 24 Hours By ...

28 Apr, 2013 by

Dementia The Long 24 Hours This article was written by Norman Mc Namara, diagnosed with dementia five years ago aged just 50yrs old.

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Dementia Books: When Your Pare...

28 Apr, 2013 by

Dementia Books: When Your Parent Becomes Your Child: A Journey of Faith Through My Mother’s Dementia. At first, Ken Abraham...

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Dementia Poems: Holes In The W...

28 Apr, 2013 by

Dementia Poems: Holes In The Wall by John Belchamber: Today I was thinking about the early signs of Mum’s Dementia whilst she was living with us in Brisbane.

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Alzheimer’s and Intimacy

28 Apr, 2013 by

Jane Doherty, Director, Family and Community Services, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, writing in the Huffington Post Blog about how to cope with Alzheimer’s and intimacy.

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Alzheimer’s Advance: Gene Coul...

28 Apr, 2013 by

Alzheimer’s Advance: Gene Could Help to Clear Brain Plaques Responsible for the Disease Alice Park of Time Health & Family reports.

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Dementia A Public Health Prior...

26 Apr, 2013 by

Dementia A Public Health Priority: The World Health Organisation and Alzheimer’s International have published this paper looking at the way forward for what it calls “a global public health challenge.”

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Alzheimer’s: The Costlie...

26 Apr, 2013 by

Peter Coy of Bloomberg Business Week writes of  the emotional and economic realities of Dementia.          ...

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Dementia Books: Dementia ̵...

26 Apr, 2013 by

Dementia Books: Dementia – The Journey Ahead. Within a year of receiving her husband’s Dementia diagnosis, Susan Kiser Scarff had a classic case of caregiver burnout. Overwhelmed, she struggled to make the transition from Red’s wife to his protector, nurse, and mother.

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Ashley Campbell’s Congre...

26 Apr, 2013 by

Ashley Campbell, daughter of country musician Glen Campbell, who announced in 2011 that he has Alzheimer’s disease, teared up during Congressional testimony as she explained that it is “getting harder” for her dad to follow along when they play music together, saying to lawmakers, “Let’s work together to end Alzheimer’s.”

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Dementia Journeys Haiku: Early...

25 Apr, 2013 by

Dementia Journeys Haiku: Early Mourning Son: a haiku in John Belchamber’s Dementia Journeys series exploring the feeling of mourning you have for a person living with dementia even before their Dementia journey ends.

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