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April 05, 2007

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Gail Rae Hudson

I noticed this post before but I'm ashamed to admit I didn't really read it, it didn't seem to apply to either me or my mom. But, finally, reading it tonight, I have to say, I'm pleased that these organizations are in existence, now that I know what they are. This kind of goes along with what I just wrote about dementia being person specific, rather than people being dementia specific. I look forward to seeing what effect these organizations have on social and legal spheres, let alone people's presently bedrock attitudes about dementia.
Leave it to baby boomers to organize for more compassionate treatment, recognition of rights and better lives for everyone, including those who have been tagged with the label "dementia". Yes!

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