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PinkSlippersBook Jul 14
WHAT IS HEARTBREAK? It's when you are helping your loved one perform an every day task, like dressing or making a drink..... they then look at you with confusion, fear and sadness and ask ..... what do I do now? 's
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3 Spirit Training Jul 13
How to prevent or reduce the risk of dementia? Start by improving your diet and exercising more often. Why not follow a Mediterranean diet? It is high in fruits, vegetables and wholegrain cereals and low in meat, sugar and saturated fats Please R/T
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✨Kimberley Stevens ✨ Jul 12
Julieanne Masters completed her Dementia Friends Champion Training today. A Dementia Friends Champion is a volunteer who encourages others to make a positive difference to people living with dementia in their community.
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Bette Midler Jul 18
I hear SO MANY eople say Trump has , but whenever anyone brings up around him, (“yeah, I know him, terrific guy, like beautiful girls just like me, a little on the young side, hahahahaha”) he sure looks like he remembers everything to me.
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Ian Kremer Jul 15
Please re-Tweet these 20 tips to build your (image via )
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BBC Breakfast Jul 18
"I like Jean, we're best friends" ❤️ Toddlers and patients have been brought together for trips out 🐅🦍
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Dr Alexey Kulikov Jul 14
Exercise is key to warding off and other brain conditions, and it may only take 10 minutes to complete.
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George Rook Jul 11
Amber Rudd wants to change benefits access for terminally ill patients. only spoke about cancer. Dementia is terminal too. Have to stop working. No money. Benefits? Quick access? ‘Let’s talk about
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the DAWN Method Jul 18
Maya Angelou said that although people forget what we say or do, they never forget how we make them feel. This is never truer than when we are with people experiencing . This underlines the importance of being careful about how we say things, not just what we say.
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Ann Campanella Jul 19
Next month, and will discuss their blogging experience!
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Twanted_Vivianne 8h
If will have a live action .. I'd pick Avril Lavigne as
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Ann Campanella Jul 19
Jamie Tyrone shares the story behind her compelling book next month on .
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Rebecca Fuller 9h
Children are SO wonderful❤️and this message from 10 year old Thomas about how he’ll support people with is spot on ❤️what a treasure!
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the DAWN Method Jul 19
The more often we use our posture to communicate that we are listening and available, the sooner they will come to trust us as being readily available, as well as ready sources of information. Our posture must not communicate impatience, frustration, or anger.
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ADI Jul 19
Would you like to present at ADI’s 34th International Conference in Singapore? If you specialise in any of the topics below, ADI would love to hear from you. The programme this year includes over 50 topics, including under the theme of :
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JAMA Jul 14
A was associated with lower risk of among participants with low or high genetic risk
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Innovations Dementia Jul 11
Q. What do you get when you put 14 women with in a room for a few hours? A. Laughter, tears, honesty, naughty jokes, funny stories, poetry, hugs.. and more laughter
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Mycarematters 8h
"During her stays in hospital, she’d simply been a body in a bed. If only someone had pinned up a photo of her when she was younger, with a little biography." Author Deborah Moggach describes caring for her mother Charlotte, through .
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Kim B Jul 19
what a pleasure this was, thank you for imparting your wisdom 🙌🏻
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SHA 7h
I got heavily inspired by and their awesome Earl/Dementia drawings! I LOVE THEM, GIVE THEM MORE LOVE Dementia should draw a little back with the love though.
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