Living With Dementia

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I am frustrated by the fact that what is self-evident to me (and to thousands of other family care partners) appears to be a mystery to care providers, and apparently also to a whole whack of polic… Living With Dementia, What Is Self, Mad, Mens Sunglasses, Study, How To Make, Life, Studio, Studying

hundreds of studies make me mad as hell

I am frustrated by the fact that what is self-evident to me (and to thousands of other family care partners) appears to be a mystery to care providers, and apparently also to a whole whack of polic…

Two weeks of doing care work left me physically and mentally exhausted Mentally Exhausted, Physically And Mentally, Professional Development, Personal Development, Care Jobs, Living With Dementia, Workplace Bullying, Care Worker, Learning Disabilities

Elderly social care should be 'free at point of need', says report

Report by IPPR and peers says reform would cut ‘catastrophic care costs’ of over £100,000 a year

As Fresh As A Daisy: The Basics Of Elderly Personal Hygiene – Elderly Care Tips Signs Of Dementia, Forms Of Dementia, Dementia Care, Mental Health Illnesses, Mental Illness, Alzheimer's Cure, Understanding Dementia, Living With Dementia, Elderly Care

let them have their dementia

For the many people who just don’t get it, there are a few who totally do. When I run into them, either online or in person, my heart fills with hope for the future. Reading this post by social wor…

Dementia Action Week 2018 – A Time for Action & Not just awareness (When The Fog Lifts) Living With Dementia, Action, Health, Blog, Group Action, Health Care, Salud

Dementia Action Week 2018 – A Time for Action & Not just awareness (When The Fog Lifts)

Dementia Action Week 2018 – A Time for Action & Not just awareness, a post from the blog When The Fog Lifts on Bloglovin’

A wife describes losing a husband to dementia and worrying about how to pay for his care. Understanding Dementia, Living With Dementia, Dementia Care, Medical Research, Elderly Care, Caregiver, Chanel Boy Bag, Husband, Activities

'It's like Michael walking into a fog'

A wife describes losing a husband to dementia and worrying about how to pay for his care.

(Dementia Just Ain't) Sexy: Let's Get Real Living With Dementia, Get Real, About Me Blog, Let It Be, Sexy

(Dementia Just Ain't) Sexy: Let's Get Real

Campaigners say growing use of prepaid cards for people to spend on support at home is removing their independence Living With Dementia, People, People Illustration

Councils tighten reins on personalised care

Councils tighten reins on personalised care | Social care | The Guardian

Mary-Beth Wighton speaks... - Dementia Alliance International Living With Dementia, Proud Of You, Continue Reading, Thankful, Mary

Mary-Beth Wighton speaks... - Dementia Alliance International

Alzheimer Annie is a fictional character I created to help people understand what being in a long-term care facility (LTCF) might feel like. Annie is a woman in her mid-eighties who lives with deme… Living With Dementia, Alzheimer's And Dementia, Long Term Care, Alzheimers, Helping People, My Eyes, Annie, Invitations, Fictional Characters

alzheimer annie invites you in

Alzheimer Annie is a fictional character I created to help people understand what being in a long-term care facility (LTCF) might feel like. Annie is a woman in her mid-eighties who lives with deme…

RSPH has published a new report examining how attitudes to ageing can affect our health and wellbeing Living With Dementia, Royal Society, Ageing, Health And Wellbeing, Anti Aging, Believe, Pvp, This Or That Questions, Sayings

RSHP Report #ThatAgeOldQuestion Says No More Anti-Ageing

Today the Royal Society for Public Health, here in the UK has published a report called "That Age Old Question" which examines how our attitudes to ageing can affect our health and wellbeing. Sad to say of course that they conclude that societal Ageism is well and truly with us and have listed 10 key…

Dementia Action Week 2018 - The Rights of our Dementia Family Living With Dementia, Action, Group Action

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Dementia Action Week 2018 - The Rights of our Dementia Family

Dementia Action Week 2018 - A new International Association Living With Dementia, Alzheimers, Action, The Unit, Group Action

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Dementia Action Week 2018 - A new International Association

Dementia Action Week 2018 – Post-Diagnostic Support – A Human Right (When The Fog Lifts) Human Rights Articles, Living With Dementia, Marriage And Family, Equality, Religion, Action, Group Action, Social Equality, Religious Education

Dementia Action Week 2018 – Post-Diagnostic Support – A Human Right (When The Fog Lifts)

Dementia Action Week 2018 – Post-Diagnostic Support – A Human Right, a post from the blog When The Fog Lifts on Bloglovin’

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