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My Alzheimer's Story
Advocating for better care.This blog shares resources, news, and stories ..
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    Wanting to “go home” is a desire often expressed by people who live with Alzheimer disease and/or other types of dementia, even ..read more

Being my mother’s primary care partner in various ways for ten years was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. It was ultimately ..read more

It’s February 4, 2020. Six years after the fact. Six years — almost to the day — after the Director of “Care” at the # ..read more

These gifts are inexpensive (they don’t cost dollars and cents, so everyone can afford them), and yet priceless (because of the fact they ..read more

On February 26, 2015, I received a registered letter from the facility in which my mom had resided for two and a half years requesting that ..read more

There is irrefutable evidence that prescribing antipsychotic drugs to people who live with dementia does more harm than good in most cases ..read more

Sometimes I lose hope that dementia care will ever change. It often feels as if we’re going backward instead of forward. Then someone ..read more

I’m compiling evidence (I’ve got LOTS of it!) to include in letters of complaint to the College of Physicians of Quebec and the Order ..read more

Thank you for helping me with this little project. 1) Play this 20-second audio clip: 2) click here and tick one of three boxes describing ..read more

During the first two years Mom was in dementia jail, she was still able to walk. I would often bring her to my house (which was a three- ..read more

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