Monthly Archives: January 2017

A Sporting Chance

At least 30 years after I last watched a game at Aggborough, I was supporting Kidderminster Harriers again this weekend. The club is partnering with the Dementia Action Alliance to make the ground dementia friendly and Saturday’s game against Telford … Continue reading

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It Wasn’t Supposed To Be Like This

Mum was quite distressed when I called in this evening, but she brightened up quickly. The mother-son bond still survives the ravages of dementia. We sat, we sang, we laughed. These days, Mum will sometimes talk to herself. What she … Continue reading

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When You’ve Met One Person with Dementia …..

I had a glimpse of the old Mum today. When I walked into the dining room, where she was sitting, her face lit up: “Oh look who it is.” My heart leapt. Not only did Mum recognise my face but … Continue reading

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