As Kate Swaffer says in today’s post: : ‘Together, we can and will change the world for people with dementia’.
In my series for Dementia Awareness Month 2016 #DAM2016 #WAM2016 of blogs, today again I continue to remember family and friends who are no longer with us, but who also were diagnosed with any type of a diagnosis of dementia.
Today I remember the late Richard Taylor Ph.D.
A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles
Richard Taylor continues to be one of my heroes.
I wrote this Haiku version of an Elegy about Richard which I read out at our online remembrance last year. So often, less is more.
Passionate, real and feisty
Deepest heart and soul
In his final newsletter, he started with, “Hello, again. Still Richard here, still living with more and more symptoms of dementia I can’t seem to work around/overcome.”
Richard always began his videos and presentations with: “Hello. My name is…
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