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In the shoes of Chris Roberts … | Living with younger onset dementia…

My favourite group meeting tonight, our local young onset group, nice to share & help #dementia #Alzheimer #shareing — Chris Roberts (@mason4233) January 9, 2014 I enjoy spotting the story that sits behind a tweet. I invited Chris to tell … Continue reading

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It’s not all about dull meetings… a breath of fresh air!

I was delighted today to see an imaginative approach to problem solving being advocated by Pollyanna Perkins  in the Guardian Society …. Yes, Pollyanna Perkins, that well-known  director of adult social care for a large local authority. “She writes under … Continue reading

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