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Doreen Cox (Dody) Sep 26
"While caring for a mother with dementia is profoundly sad, Doreen Cox created an uplifting environment that no doubt brought joy to her mother and extraordinary comfort to herself." "Uplifting."
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Ian Kremer Sep 27
Sometimes, carers who are most in need of respite are so mentally exhausted that they struggle to think of what to do when they get a break. We can help each other and ourselves.
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Reitman Centre Dementia Support Sep 28
Our Dementia Advisor app provides care partners with expert advice on some of the most common challenges in managing persons living with . Download for free Please share and RT
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Memory Health Sep 23
The you eat heavily influence your brain function. Giving your brain the nutrients it needs to operate optimally can improve your mood, cognition, and memory now and protect it as you age.
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Ann Campanella Sep 21
Acknowledging all those loved ones with dementia on World Alzheimer's Day.
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Ian Kremer Sep 26
disease and other forms of do, in fact, change many things. But sometimes, we misperceive or myopically concentrate only on decline. As much as possible, we need to focus more on all that our loved ones retain rather than only on what they may have lost.
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Judgey McJudgington Sep 26
I love this so much .. my dad has dementia. We talk about the best stuff. ❤️
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Ian Kremer Sep 27
Please re-Tweet this powerful, beautiful and essential message from about love in the presence of disease and other forms of .
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Yasha Hartberg 5h
Mom and I did a thing. crafts ftw!
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Cristina Legido-Quigley Sep 21
Today is and also today I can share our latest paper! which is the integration of genetics, lipidomic and proteomic molecular data in . Putting this data together we can understand the biochemistry in our bodies 1/4
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Writers Alliance 12m
Trusted Dementia Books Your go-to source for all 19 primary dementia types. , with Lewy bodies, frontotemporal, vascular, 's dementia, & more.
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Ian Kremer Sep 27
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VerlassoSalmon Sep 21
Today is & though there is no cure, evidence suggests a healthy lifestyle & diet (which includes -rich foods like 2-3 x p/week) can help lower your risk of . Learn more about the health benefits of salmon! ➡️ .
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Alzheimer's Help and Resources Sep 27
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Erica Steiner Sep 21
If you’re a caregiver and ever need someone to talk to or just listen, I’m here 💜
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Ian Kremer Sep 24
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Alzheimer's Los Angeles Sep 26
Listening/singing songs can provide emotional & behavioral benefits for people living with or other JOIN US w/ teaching artist as we encourage joyful interaction & singing-along 10/15 at 11am INFO/RSVP: aoh@alzla.org
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Ian Kremer Sep 28
Please re-Tweet to raise awareness: While not a cure-all, inspires , kindles memories and speaks volumes from the heart.
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Irena SiwiakAtamewan Sep 25
Lost Mum this week. Always loved the bike pic, mum in her 20s newly arrived in the U.K. ready for adventure, and her life in front of her. RIP.
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