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In the shoes of … Suzy Webster | Expert by experience – Moving in with Mum – Part 2

A person with dementia may not recognise you but they will recognise your kindness. #dementiachallengers #talkdementia #everyday — Suzy Webster (@suzysopenheart) May 24, 2013 Today I am delighted and honoured to post the third “in my shoes” blog from the lovely … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … Suzy Webster | Expert by experience – Moving in with Mum – Part 1

Last year I posted a story by Suzy Webster. It was a very moving story about her  grandmother’s journey with dementia and the improvements in understanding and attitudes Suzy had witnessed over recent years.  Suzy’s own Mum had recently been diagnosed … Continue reading

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