Written originally on October 19th, 2014, redrafted for May 2021. I hope that I can convey this beautiful moment as well as I want to.
Tag: memory loss
“But don’t you remember…?” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard people ask this of individuals living with dementia. Honestly, it’s almost comical
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Are you thinking about getting a more in-depth dementia diagnosis for yourself or a loved one? If you aren’t, you may want to consider it.
Samuel is a very “tactile” person. By that I mean, he touches everything. He spends most of his day either sleeping or walking around the care
Arnold was very easy to talk to. He was friendly, had a good sense of humor, and liked to sing along with the music coming
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“Let’s go,” she said. “We have to find out where my husband is. We have to go home now.” Urging her to “please wait” was not working
Aphasia is a disorder that causes someone to lose the ability to speak, or to have difficulty speaking. It is not uncommon for people with
1. Recognize that the world you live in may not be the same world that your friend with dementia lives in. Your friend may think