Monthly Archives: September 2013

Seeing life through Mum’s eyes

As anyone who knows me will tell you, I like my music and I love discovering new artists and songs. One song I’ve “discovered” recently came to mind when I visited Mum last week. The narrative of the song isn’t … Continue reading

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World Alzheimer’s Day

It’s World Alzheimer’s Day – September 21st. Nothing will change today, of course. No ground-breaking new way of helping people living with dementia will be launched. No cure will be found. Except that today, as every day, good things WILL … Continue reading

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Getting the Message Across

If I’d needed evidence that awareness of dementia and its impact is increasing, then the last few days have provided it in spades. First there was Saturday’s Memory walk, about which I’ve already written. Then, yesterday, I attended a “Living … Continue reading

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The Memory Walk

I took a short trip down memory lane on Saturday. ┬áThe occasion was the annual Memory Walk, organised by the Alzheimer’s Society. This year, we were in Dudley, at the zoo. I was in short trousers the last time I … Continue reading

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