Why DAA Dementia Action Alliance as priority?

Many dementia-oriented organizations have admirable goals and values, but for me there are three things that stand out about DAA, differentiating them from other good dementia organizations, which also have good goals:

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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

Recent Pages by others with Dementia Symptoms 2015 October 19

Listed alphabetical by subject: Acceptance, Pain management, Projects: Art, and Music composition, 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 […]

Dementia Sundowning Concepts from Karen Francis

Ideas about “Sundowning” from PWD Karen Francis, friend who worked with memory impaired before becoming impaired herself: What is Sundowning? SUNDOWNING – Sundowning is a phenomenon that is associated with increased confusion resulting in a variety of behaviors that you may not see other times of the day. It can happen with any form of […]