Still My Life planning tool

Tru here.  This InfoGraphic project was collaboration with 3SpiritUK, myself and my husband during 2014.  Much thanks to Caroline Bartle, Anna Tatton, and Trish O’hara for including us in this project.

This is one of those things that i think would be really good to include with packet for newly diagnosed, along with Link resources for peer groups like Dementia Mentors, DAI, and local groups, etc.

Received permission at my personal FB page >> https://www.facebook.com/truthful.kindness/posts/10214922047263247

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