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Tracy Gough Nov 11
You are only ‘human’, when looking after someone with ! Don’t be too hard on yourself, if you find yourself frustrated or stressed out. When a situation gets too much leave the room and take some deep breathes to calm down or write down any negative emotions.
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💙💙💙💙Jane Jones💙💙💙💙 9h
Am I in Pleasure or am I in Paradise??? Pleasadise...???
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the DAWN Method 2h
The great truth is that when someone is experiencing , although they are losing memories and the ability to remember, they are not losing awareness of the present or the ability to experience what takes place in the present.
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RobertsDay 3h
This Friday Principal Adam Russell joins other property leaders surfing in the Wipeout Dementia event for at . Increased physical activity throughout life reduces risk of . Please get on board and support Adam at
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Hugh Bonneville Nov 16
Fourteen people who have been diagnosed with dementia running a restaurant - what could possibly go wrong? Today I was lucky enough to attend the opening of in Bristol... -
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Ian Kremer Nov 17
Please re-Tweet if you agree: depends on continually developing your ability to compassionately observe, listen, empathize, evaluate, innovate, communicate and support.
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Kim van Schooten 13m
presents on hyperintensities and in people with : people with higher WMH volumes had lower cognitive and physical performance, and were more likely to experience falls
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Ensign Care Nov 12
The Dementia Dog Project are searching for a home for Hope, a labrador who has been specially trained to support people living with . Find out more here:
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Tracey Nov 17
I always think I'm a tough old bird,I get through life the best way I can with my Yet when I get pushed&shoved deliberately by a group of teenagers, then I feel scared. Luckily my stick stopped me from completely falling over. I don't understand why some kids are cruel
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Dr Hunter Nov 16
Signs and symptoms: people suffering from Alzheimer's disease may put objects in inappropriate places (e.g. an iron in the fridge).
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the DAWN Method 5h
"I have nothing but good things to say about Judy Cornish. Judy has found a compassionate way to help people with Dementia live with dignity and independence. I hope that this helps more people who care for those living with and 's."
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Alzheimer Society of B.C. 1h
It’s in B.C., an important time to recognize is experienced differently across cultures. Members of the South Asian and Chinese communities can access culturally-specific dementia support:
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YoungDementia UK Nov 15
Congratulations to Dr Jennifer Bute whose book 'Dementia from the Inside: A doctor's personal journey of hope' is published today. Jennifer was diagnosed with young onset in 2009 & describes it as, 'an opportunity as well as a challenge.'
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Neural Analytics 7h
New study published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry suggests one in two women will develop , Parkinson’s disease or have a , in their lifetime. Read more : .
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Rory Cowan Nov 12
Thank you all for all the lovely messages you sent me since my mother died last week. I really appreciate them. I read them all and I’m very touched by your kindness to me and my family.
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BIG IAN #DEMENTIAisAteamGAME 12h
Superb artwork of at the I’m speaking about today bringing all agencies together in
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Emma Hooper Nov 14
There’s still time to sign up for our seminar on 22nd November exploring the impact & benefits of treating hearing & vision problems for ppl living with More details below.
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Ian Kremer Nov 18
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Market Street Palm Coast Nov 14
Fact: Alzheimer's disease begins to damage the brain years before the first symptoms are noticed!
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Henry Simmons 12h
Well underway with our internal conference . As always amazed by our reach- 32,000 attendees at our Cafes, nearly 2,500 community groups. 900 volunteers on the ground supporting our 550 staff. Well done everyone together we are making sure no one is on their own
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