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Dementia's Voice Sep 16
Who else has felt guilty placing an elderly parent with in a care home, even though it's got to the stage that it's the only way to keep them safe?
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Julia Powell Sep 14
Today, the weekend looms large. I'm looking after my mother who lives w/ . Between now & Monday I only have 2.45 hours off. She needs to be engaged fairly constantly or she quickly descends into despair or becomes anxious. Hard work. .
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Will Thorp 12h
My Dad was a vet for 30yrs. He’s had for a little while now and as painful as it is to watch his decline, it’s absolutely lovely to see he hasn’t lost his touch with the animals 😊
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Leah Stanley 7h
As a you deal w/grief on many levels; when I was expecting my 1st child Grandma got upset: "I never knew you got married," she'd say sadly. As the 9mos progressed I saw she'd be sad every time I visited. Today, love on a caregiver; they need it.
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KP WA Research 2h
Ivanhoe Broadcast News reports on study showing association between diagnosis of certain eye diseases & higher risk of . Video features interviews w/Drs. Cecilia Lee of & Eric Larson of Research.
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Ian Kremer Sep 17
Please call your U.S. Senators & Representative () today. Tell them: “Vote YES on the Labor-HHS appropriations conference report to increase / research funding by $425 million." Thanks to
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Tracey Chapman 11h
Why is it that are not allocated to every affected by ? It should not be a postcode lottery are the vital link that offer support for the whole family
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Ian Kremer 2h
Replying to @LEAD_Coalition
Thank you to everyone who has re-Tweeted, made calls, sent emails and done so much more to keep building momentum! Due to your efforts, the Senate just voted to approve this new funding for / research. Let's keep working to make sure the House votes Yes too!
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Sarah Butchard 8h
Delighted to be at launch of SIDECAR measures. Finding more effective ways of assessing wellbeing of supporting people living with . Exciting development!
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Lynda E Bradbury 11h
Help please last night looking for something there was a video about people with and a guy talking about dehydration he came up with an idea of something called Jelly Pops basically water in a pod
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UniofNorthamptonNews 8h
We’ll be at the from 9am-4:30pm tomorrow for the third annual . Come along for information and advice about and updates about dementia related projects from our team and our town and county partners. For more:
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David Morgan QPM 24h
Daughter back to University yesterday!! Miss you already delighted over the summer months you grafted hard at home for and those with also life experiences of you!!
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Julia Powell Sep 16
Looking at & scanning photos w/ mum who has this morning. She went from ‘feeling dead inside’ to being animated & engaged. Enlarging pictures on computer meant we could see details & people we haven’t spotted before. V exciting 1st step in making This is My Life book.
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SFE 8h
Important advice from for families dealing with dementia: ‘the best way of dealing with anything bad in your life is to talk about it’. It may feel uncomfortable, but talking to loved ones will ensure their wishes aren’t left to chance
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Alz Girl Lori 4h
I'm very excited to announce that I'll be joining the speaker faculty of the dementia-friendly next April. Follow me for more updates!
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Cedar Court Dementia Care Home Sep 16
When we’re young we rely on our parents to put us right. Those with dementia often experience similar anxieties and vulnerabilities but find themselves very much alone. It’s up to us to show solidarity; dementia is a team game
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Shaheen 15m
Love meeting members of my family teaming up for to talk about
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ADI 10h
New study by , and Banner Alzheimer’s Institute (BAI) reveals that two thirds of people believe there will be a cure for within their lifetime:
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Alzheimer’s Society Northern Ireland 4h
Concerned about the crowds ? Come in to High St branch for a cuppa and some quiet. It’s a VIP space reserved for people with open 5-9pm on Culture Night, Friday 21 September 2018, 4-8 High St
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ACEP Geriatric Sect Sep 17
Hot Off the Press screening- merges the HOW and WHY in 1 diagnostic meta-analysis Test-treatment equation - should ED screen for dementia?
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