Posts Tagged Memory Loss

A FRIENDSHIP LOST; JEANNIE AND JOAN

DEMENTIA; THE SILENT THIEF A few months ago my mother-in-law Jean moved into a Sydney nursing home. She had previously been in residential care for eighteen months after dementia and failing physical health meant  she could  no longer remain in her own home. My husband and I live […]

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LIVING IN THE MOMENT; WHEN MEMORY FAILS

LIVING IN THE MOMENT; WHEN MEMORY FAILS

 MOMENTS IN TIME, BUT NO LONGER  IN  MEMORY Pop psychologists are always urging us to ‘Live in the moment’.    I do try to do this, especially when it comes to enjoying my garden and the wonderful  bird life around me.  However, as a writer  on social history and […]

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DEMENTIA; DREADFUL ANY DAY OF THE WEEK

DEMENTIA; DREADFUL ANY DAY OF THE WEEK

Dementia has become an epidemic in our society. This is  a story about my mother-in-law Jean, but it is also  the story of countless others in the same situation. CIRCA 1945    A CALENDER OF DEMENTIA APRIL 2015 This calendar had become a lifeline in my mother-in-law Jean’s  […]

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