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June 30, 2009

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Don Moyer

I've seen these same recommendations made many times over the last seven years but have seen no significant movement by the empire in these directions.

DD Sil

I need resources and concrete help for a 56 y.o. single person who does not have a caregiver. Aged parents. Disbelieving sister. I am terrified. Still need to work a real job- mortgage, etc.
suggestions welcome.

Raquel Farrell-Kirk

Thank you so much for sharing this! I am an art therapist and have worked with mid/late stage dementia patients at day care. I always imagined it must be terrifying for those in the early stages and it always seemed to me that there are no resources for them. I am now delving into offering art thearpy for early stage patients as they face their diagnoses, and this post inspires and encourages me to pursue this!

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