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In the shoes of Karen… supporting both of my parents with dementia…

We are now in the middle of Carers’ Week. As we continue this “In my shoes” series, looking at dementia from different perspectives, I would like to re-post this powerful guest blog from “Karen”, describing her life looking after both … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Chris Moon-Willems | Author and Founder of ‘Relative Matters’

We know that dementia affects different people differently. On Day 10  of our series of ‘walk in my shoes’ blogposts, looking at dementia from different perspectives, Chris Moon-Willems describes vividly how it can affect the same person very differently on different … Continue reading

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In the shoes of Karen… supporting both of my parents with dementia…

Last week there was a wonderful live discussion on the topic of dementia, hosted by Jessica Fuhl, on the Guardian Social Care network.  It is a subject very close to my heart, particularly having experienced both  of  my parents-in-law dying as … Continue reading

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