Recent Pages by others with Dementia Symptoms 2015 January 25

Listed alphabetical by subject: Art, Diagnosis, Relationships, & Stigma 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 […]

Recent Pages by others with Dementia Symptoms 2015 January 12

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. Listed alphabetical by subject: Advocacy, Art, Brain function, Craft, Importance of Patient-Perspective, Photography, Prose, Update

August 2015 Pages by others with Dementia Symptoms

New page from Cecil Ristow with “Going Along – or Getting Out”, New page from Dianne White with “Looking Normal”, New page with descriptive photography from Gord Settle; “Preventing Loss of Focus”, Two pages of excerpts from blog of Harry Urban, and New page from Myrna Norman with “Walk a Step in My Shoes” (written for Dementia Mentors). My hope is that your perspectives can be applied to help and encourage
other patients, care-partners, and professionals.

July Pages by others with Dementia Symptoms Part 2

These are newest pages that I have posted from persons with dementia symptoms who have shared their lived experience thru words or projects.
Includes Barry Pankhurst, Cecil Ristow, David Kramer, Harry Urban, Max McCormick, Michael Ellenbogen, and Vicki Atkinson.
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.

July Pages by others with Dementia Symptoms Part 1

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.