PWD Zel Caddey September 2015

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“Having lost her ability to communicate verbally, she now shows us how her life is still full of joy
and can be celebrated through her artwork”

(excerpted from Zel’s FaceBook page which is updated regularly by daughter Ann, link at bottom of this entry).

Top of this page is Zel and her “Roses” on July 6, 2015.

616 ZelCaddey 20150619 Freda 4in72ppiPortrait of Frida on June 19, 2015

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July 12, 2015 “Mixed bunch of Roses” …  and  …   “Lovely bunch of Jonquils” on July 14, 2015
Finishing with “Hat” on August 14, 2015 (below).

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Zel Caddey’s artwork is available on “photo” tab of her FaceBook profile at ,
and her index page on my own blog is at

* Admin issues: SHARE dementia awareness thru buttons below. If interested in receiving notice of future blog postings there is a “follow” button in the upper left corner (MS Explorer) or lower right (Safari and Chrome). Feel free to leave your thoughts in the form of comments, but please filter your comments with truthful loving kindness to all concerned. If there is an advertisement below, I have no control over what is shown. — Copyright exclusively by Zel Caddey on 2015-08/29,   (( but if there is underlining, it is Truthful’s doing in order to easily find quotes in the future )).  Tags:  alzheimers, art, communication, drawing, Zel-Caddey Registered & Protected


One thought on “PWD Zel Caddey September 2015

  1. Hello
    Wanted to let you know that this article will be included in the dementia “Symptom Perspectives” monthly links tonight, October 30, 2015

    I would like to thank you for sharing your lived experience thru art. My hope is that these words and projects can become valuable resources for change in relationships, treatment, and policies.
    Much thanks,


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