Friday, 4 January 2013

Personal Stories from People Living with Dementia - Part of January Alzheimer Awareness

Over the years, MAREP has been very fortunate to have met people who inspire the work that we do at MAREP and who challenge us to find innovative ways to help support those living with dementia in making a difference not only for themselves but for others who are living with and/or affected by dementia.

As part of January Alzheimer Awareness month, we thought we would feature on our blog some inspirational stories - personal stories submitted by our partners living with dementia throughout the course of the month.

You will find that each person's journey and experience living with dementia is very different as we are all unique individuals, yet you will also note some similarities.  We hope that by reading these stories, you will be able to gain a better understanding of what it is like living with dementia and how all of us - those living without or with dementia - can partner together to ensure that people living with dementia can lead a very fulfilling and meaningful life!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks you so much for sharing this. My grandmother has been forgetting so easily lately, I thought there was no way it couldn’t be Alzheimer’s. From your signs, I think it is. I hope we can get her some help soon.

    Alzheimer specialist


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