Other Blogs

January 4, 2020 compiled by Judith Allen Shone

The blogs listed below are focused on memory loss stories.

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Standing Still Is Not an Option.
Author, Paula de Ronde, Lifeliner, caregiver, Canada
“Meanderings in three parts, is about journeys, life experiences, memories and random thoughts. Like my life, it may be haphazard and unplanned, yet somehow ordered. Just one certainty: Standing still is not an option.
Author is spouse-caregiver for one with Alzheimer’s disease and a member of the amazing Lifeline Group where we were together for over six years.

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Too Young for Dementia?
Journey with Diagnosis of Early Onset Alzheimer’s
Author, Gail, Gregory, PwD, her story, UK

“I was 54 years young when I was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s.”
Author has Early Onset Alzheimer’s.

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Which Me Am I Today?
Author, Dr. Wendy Mitchell,  her story, UK
“Hello and welcome to my blog. On the 31st July 2014 I was diagnosed with Young Onset Dementia. I may not have much of a short-term memory anymore but that date is one I’ll never forget.”
And so blogger-turned-author, Dr. Wendy Mitchell, begins her journey, and the telling of it through her blog and eventually her book, “Somebody I Used to Know,” published in the UK, 1st Feb 2018.

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Living with Alzheimer’s
A real-time account of Dementia Caregiving
Author, Richard Creighton, spouse-caregiver, USA
“On January 21, 2011, Kate was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. At the time, we didn’t envision the full impact of this diagnosis, but we have devoted ourselves to making the most of our time.” Richard has been telling their story online ever since.

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Descriptions taken directly from content of individual blogs.
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