Nobody’s house is perfect.

Some of the things inside might be broken.

But it still functions as a house. It still does everything the owners need it to do. It is still something of incredible value.

A person with dementia may have some broken things inside. But they’re still the same person we love.

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What Dementia Friends can teach us during World Alzheimer’s Month

We’ve been getting into the spirit of World Alzheimer’s Month this September, and as such, we’ve been keen to learn as much as we can about the condition and its effect on people’s lives.

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10 awe-inspiring stories from bloggers who live with dementia

10 awe-inspiring stories from bloggers who live with dementia

As it’s World Alzheimer’s Month we’ve been spending a lot of our time reading up on dementia and its effect on people’s lives.

Little did we know this would lead us to the sites of many inspirational bloggers telling their own personal stories.

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12 tips for travelling with someone who has dementia

12 tips for travelling with someone who has dementia

We all complain about it – but travelling to our holiday destination can actually be quite fun.

It’s not just a means of getting to a fun place. The plane journey itself can be part of the excitement.

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