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Alzheimer’s Poem

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I have dementia - don't let me go #dementie #alzheimer

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"Love is not a memory..." Help change the way the world views those who are living with Alzheimer's at: #LifeInsideAlz

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#DAW2016 Dementia Awareness Week 2016: The five fundamental messages of ‘Dementia Friends’

Alzheimer's Reading Room - Google+ - Alzheimer's and Dementia Patients are Capable of More Than…

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Eldercare it's what they DO that counts

actions speak louder than words x 10 with dementia care #Alzheimers #compassion #care #truth

Dementia Poem by Edwin Hofert

Dementia by Edwin Hofert

#Nurses #Quotes #Inspiration

5 things about nurses we’re loving on Pinterest this week

#SeanRemy #MyRemyBoy #soulmate

Do It Yourself Just Like That

Empathy Leads to Compassion Then Joy for the Alzheimer's Caregiver

Empathy Leads to Compassion Then Joy for the Alzheimer's Caregiver

We never think how great a gift it is to THINK. Cherish your thoughts. Alzheimer's awareness.

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Dementia does not rob someone of their dignity, it's our reaction to them that does. ~ Teepa Snow

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simple design and yet caught my eye because of how the text was positioned and invited me to look deeper at the poster than just 2 seconds. But yet was able to communicate the information clearly and effectively.

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Even when our loved ones can no longer remember, it is our duty as their caregiver to always remember their love. Read more inspirational posts.

Quote: We Remember Their Love

#caregiver #affirmations #carecard

The Caregiver Space

Everyone Has Gone Through Something

Inspirational Alzheimer's Quotes

Poem As She Sits

Poem: As She Sits

Poem: A Caregiver’s Response

Poem: A Caregiver's Response

"Kind words will unlock an iron door." Turkish #proverb #quotes

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33 Things People Affected by Alzheimer’s Wish Others Understood

33 Things People Affected by Alzheimer's Wish Others Understood

Quote: What you do make a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.

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This poem, written from the perspective of an Alzheimer's patient, is a reminder to us all that "I am still a person" throughout the disease.

Alzheimer's Poem: I Am Still a Person