Monthly Archives: August 2016

We Watch You Slip Away

A few days ago, I listened to a song for the first time. I might have heard it before – as it was on my iPod I must have done – but I hadn’t listened to it. It was written … Continue reading

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Being Dementia Friendly

Today, the town of Kidderminster is launching a bid to be recognised as Dementia Friendly. Mum lives in Kidderminster though I doubt she’d know if I asked her, despite having lived in the area for 37 years. “Where do you … Continue reading

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Who’s in the photo?

I’ve just been watching Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me for the second time. Among many striking┬ámoments in the film, there’s a section in which Glen Campbell is looking at family photographs and struggling to recognise himself. Photographs are useful for … Continue reading

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