6 Things To Know About Someone With Dementia
I can still communicate. I can't talk the way I used to, but I can still communicate. Be patient as I try. This will help me feel connected.
Poem: Walk With Me - Alzheimers.net
Walk With Me by Norma McNamara Walk a while with me my friends, walk with me today, Come and see what I see, and listen to what I say, Yes I have dementia, and sometimes I get worse, Please be very grateful, that you don’t have this curse, But are we all that different, the […]
Caregiver Tip #118: Let Them Live in The Moment They Are In
Caregivers recommend being patient with loved ones, letting them live in whatever moment they are in and joining them there, when caregiving.
On a visit with my Nan 3 weeks before she passed away; she was in a lot of pain due to a respiratory and urinary tract infection. The pain and the pain relief had made her even more confused. It hit Mum, Me and my daughter very hard. I felt such overwhelming grief, anger and guilt this day. #dementia #grief
Alzheimer's Poem: I Am Still a Person
This poem, written from the perspective of an Alzheimer's patient, is a reminder to us all that "I am still a person" throughout the disease.
The Lewy Body Dementia Association supports those affected by Lewy body dementia (LBD) through outreach, education and research. Find out more online at www.lbda.org.