Dementia care quotes and poems
Seeing people change isn't what hurts. What hurts is remembering who they used. | Unknown Picture Quotes | Quoteswave
"Do not ask me to remember, don't try to make me understand. Let me rest and know you're with me, kiss my cheek and hold my hand..." How to Care for a Person With Alzheimer's Disease www.agingcare.com...
Outside a nursing home: "When you look at me...see me."
The other day I helped an elderly lady at Costco, who looked lost and frustrated. She was tiny and all she wanted was some sunscreen. When I was done helping her and ready to walk away, she touched my arm with her tiny hand and said thank you honey for stopping to help an old grandma lady. And to think, all I did was stop. things-that-stop-me-in-my-tracks
Enjoying each moment while I still have them.
10 Things a Person Living with Dementia Would Tell You If They Could
"Lived a Life" was composed by a person living with dementia. Meet Susanna Howard, a woman on a mission to help people with advanced dementia communicate with the world through the art of poetry..."Finding the Poetry in Dementia" www.agingcare.com...