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How I stopped my elderly mother from being mean to me

Hello Daughterly Care Carers and the families of our clients living with a dementia diagnosis,

Happy New YearLet’s make 2018 a great year for us all and to that end I would like to introduce to you, Bob De Marco – the loving son of Dotty, who had Alzheimer’s disease.

Bob is an American son who […]

Are your elderly parents coping? – 20 warning signs to watch for

This Festive Season Busy Adult Children will Discover their Elderly Parents are not Coping

When busy adult children spend extended time with their elderly parents this Christmas and New Year Season they may notice that their parents’ quality of life has declined and frankly, they need a little help.

It may […]

Drawing back the veil over Mr Hyde – Experiencing the emotional side of Dementia

With Christmas and New Year approaching, I thought you might benefit from meeting an Englishman from Shropshire, George Rook who was 63 when he was diagnosed with Vascular Dementia and Alzheimer’s young onset dementia. People with young onset dementia tend to be diagnosed much earlier in the disease and therefore have many more years of […]

5 Acres Of Joyful Living

Elsie loved living on her 5 acres on the outskirts of Sydney

She loved to walk through her garden that she had created and tendered to, for decades. She had always loved her dogs, though she no longer had any.

Plus, she loved driving her tractor

Elsie was a strong willed, determined, intelligent […]

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