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This is the story of our journey: an honest account of our lives after Maureen's diagnosis of dementia following stroke in February 2014.
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Tag Archives: Vascular Dementia
The joy of Wednesday morning has been replaced with a couple of days of stark reality. Just as I thought I’d got vascular dementia in the bag, it escaped and the stark reality of Maureen’s condition hit me straight between … Continue reading
Maureen was really upset when she woke this morning. She was very concerned that ‘the lady she had been looking after was cold’ and was hunting around for extra bedding. At first, I thought she was talking about her mum … Continue reading
On Wednesday I received the sad news that a neighbour had passed away. I delayed telling Maureen the news until the next day, as I feared it would cause a certain amount of distress. Once again I was wrong as Maureen … Continue reading
Maureen was complaining this morning that ‘leaded windows make this place seem like a prison’. When I suggested that we could change them she said ‘it was not worth it’. Her comment led me to think what is worth trying … Continue reading
I know it’s a little late for this analogy but a star has appeared in our sky of carer support. Girl Friday Night arrived at 10 pm she will be going home at 7 am. Maureen and I have the sleep … Continue reading
What could you fix? News and Comment from Roy Lilley Before Xmas I linked to this story about NHS car-parking charges. Out of the blue I got an email and had a follow-up conversation with a charming lady. Here’s … Continue reading