Nov 25, 2013

Richard Taylor On the Secure Alzheimer's Environment

It's easier for others to make today, yesterday because it reassures the person we were yesterday is the person we are today.


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Richard Taylor

The following comment was written by Richard Taylor and left under the article - The Secure Alzheimer's Environment a Kind of Ground Hog Day.
Hello, it only feels like ground hog day again, and again to people living with dementia because folks who care about us, and those we are paying to care for us make it so. Those living in the advanced stages of the many dementias have varying abilities to make today, today. It's easier for others to make today, yesterday because it reassures the person we were yesterday is the person we are today.
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