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Louise Kenny Feb 18
My lovely dad has & has not said my name for several months now. Tonight he thought I was about to set myself on fire with a candle that I was too close to- and he spontaneously shouted my name to warn me. The sound of his voice saying my name out loud- just magical (1)
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the DAWN Method Feb 18
People experiencing can’t help repeating themselves. Instead of feeling frustrated and bored when your loved one launches into that same old tale, set up the conversation to take them there on purpose. Think of enjoying their story or joke as a gift you can give them.
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the DAWN Method Feb 17
As people progress deeper into , it becomes more difficult for them to interpret sensory stimulation. So if there is background music or television, several people talking at once, or lots of coming and going the person with dementia will be less able to focus.
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V P L 18m
I’m questioning my life choices. She’s extra whiny today.
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Dementia Centre Feb 21
Calling all early birds: register up to four weeks before each Dementia Fundamentals Symposium event for a 15% discount!
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MemoryCareMatters Feb 18
New about meaningful and creative ways of improving the quality of life of those living with .
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Conservatives Feb 22
is a global health emergency and one we have not shied away from tackling. Our Dementia 2020 Challenge aims to make England the best country in the world for dementia care, support, research and awareness by 2020.
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ADI Feb 22
CEO emphasising that friendly initiatives can be local, regional & national at in Seoul. Read more on her presentation in Korea Biomedical Review:
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SYNERGY BLAINE MN 8h
A great reminder for those with family, friends; and patients suffering from Alzheimer's.
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Mike hunter Feb 16
When Sharyn was diagnosed with ’s, instead of slowing down our activities, we actually increased them. That was the best decision I ever made. We golfed and traveled the world. We had the best time of our lives after the diagnoses.
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Beller Health Research Institute (BHRI) 7h
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Miia Rahja Feb 22
Professor Lindy Clemson calling us all to take action. start conversation. Advocate for EB programs for people with dementia.
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Alzheimer Scotland Feb 18
We’re calling for : we believe people living with advanced deserve equal access to free healthcare, just like other progressive illnesses. Support our campaign:
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Curtis Stallbaumer Feb 18
Helping my parents out this morning. I get to be Dads chauffeur. sucks.
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Women's Alzheimer's Movement Feb 22
"This is what your brain wants you to eat." Here are 6 types of food that will help lower your risk of from our WAM Scientific Advisory Council Member, .
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the DAWN Method 8h
It is easier for someone with to choose between two options or to choose whether to do something or not. Ask, “Would you like a cookie or piece of pie?” rather than “What do you want for dessert?” Presenting options is a way we can empower someone with dementia.
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Columbine Chateau Feb 20
How to Make Mealtime Easier for Dementia Patients
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the DAWN Method 3h
When we attempt to convince people who are experiencing to accept that what their brains are telling them is false, and what we say is true, we produce profound emotional unease. There is a better way to care for and support our loved one.
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Memory Lane Home L Feb 22
. Our mini day program, the Dementia-friendly church service which takes place every Friday, helps combat social isolation. Why stay home alone when you can come and b with others on the same journey? Communication is key 2 emotional health + living well w/
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Discuss Dementia Feb 22
Barbara Maher, a University of Lancaster professor, has suggested that building special hedges near schools could protect children from dangerous airborne particles that may cause Alzheimer’s disease.
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