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“Dementia Symptom Perspectives” Contributions from other Persons With Dementia symptoms:
Ron Coleman,
with Lewy Body Dementia.

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“I am a Mental Health Trainer and Consultant specialising in recovery, psychosis prevention and resolution.
I am also a husband, father, grandfather and friend.”
— Ron Coleman, Isle of Lewis, Scotland.


Technology as Strategy >>


You can follow Ron on Twitter >>

You can follow Ron at Dementia Diaries >>

Explanatory page for Lewy Body Dementia is here >>

Contributions from other PLwD are indexed here >>

* Admin issues: SHARE dementia awareness thru buttons below. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the form of comments, but please filter your comments with truthful loving kindness to all concerned. If interested in receiving notice of future blog postings, subscriptions are available through a “follow” button in the upper left corner (MS Explorer) or lower right (Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Chrome). If there is an advertisement below, I have no control over what is shown. Above items are Copyright exclusively by Ron Coleman © but if there are font changes i probably added them to make it easier to find later. I may have also added paragraph and line breaks, to make reading easier for those with dementia. Ron’s final approval on this finished page was March 12, 2019 via Twitter Private Message.  Tags are: advocate, dementia, Lewy Body, PLwD, Ron Coleman. Registered & Protected

UPDATE:  ((Previously, i had a notice here at base of each entry with announcement and Logo for HealthLine 2019 Best Alz Blogs.  To my surprise, after HealthLine contacted me in January with fact that i was included in 2019 Best Alz Blogs, then announcing it publically on March 18, ten days later they decided against including writers with Mild Cognitive Impairment, and removed this blog from their listing, leaving only one first-person perspective.  Now i am deleting each of those announcements of my inclusion on HealthLine Best Alz Blogs for 2019.  i hope they soon decide to include at least one other first-person perspective in their “Best Alzheimers Blogs”.)) >>


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