Listed alphabetical by subject: Advocacy, Art, Brain function, Craft, Importance of Patient-Perspective, Photography, Prose, Update
I am sorry; thought I posted some of this long ago, but then discovered it was still unfinished in “draft” status, because I apparently made some huge mistakes. It took me until now to correct mistakes and finish.
These are newest pages that I have posted from persons with dementia symptoms
who have shared their lived experience thru words or projects.
(I add the word “symptoms” because not everyone uses the same vocabulary;
my collections include pages from those with diagnosis of
Mild Cognitive Impairment as well as Alzheimers, Lewy Body, Vascular and other types of “dementia”)
I thank each of you for your generosity of letting the public into your private world !
My hope is that your perspectives can be applied to help and encourage
other patients, care-partners, and professionals.
Suggest Right-click the TEXT underneath the description, and select “open-in-new-tab”,
which allows you to return to your original page, by clicking tab at top of window.
… Advocacy and Importance of Patient-Perspective by Harry Urban 2015 Nov Dec
… Art by Zel Caddey
Brain function, by Dave Kramer
… Craft by Gord Settle “Snowshoe Moccasins”
Craft, by Lauren 2015 December
… Prose by Max McCormick “Tomorrow is a New Day”
… Prose by Kevin Smiley “Free My Mind”
… Update by DonnaLynn Morin
at https://truthfulkindness.com/index-persons-with-dementia-pwd/donnalynn-morin/dec-2015/ ;
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