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Festival Foods In Wisconsin Becomes Dementia Friendly
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Join us and we gather people around the world to talk about the power of one man and changes he has brought about in Dementia Care Culture. If you would like to share with Richard how he has touched your life, please make a comment below so we can string them together and make it easy for him to access.
May you heal quickly Richard. You have all of our thoughts and prayers wrapped around you and your family while you go through your treatment for cancer.
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Well how fun is it to get this award. I love the idea. Here are the rules below.
Nominees for this award are required to:
1. Thank the blogger who nominated them. I my case that was Theresa Hupp. Her blog is called
“Story & History~ One writer’s journey through life and time” Thank you Theresa for picking Alzheimer’s Speaks for this award.
2. Post the One Lovely Blog emblem on their blog. Proudly done!
3. List seven random facts about themselves. Here goes everyone:
4. Nominate fifteen other bloggers for the award, and let them know of their nomination.
In no particular order the nominees are…
My Demented Mother by Kathy Ritchie. Kathy’s raw honesty has always seared my soul as she shares her ride on the emotional roller coaster of Dementia. Kudos Kathy for your bravery.
Dr. Richard Taylor, Ph.D. by Dr. Richard Taylor. Richard was diagnosed with Dementia probably of the Alzheimer’s type and has been an international advocate for the disease. Recently Richard was diagnosed with cancer and so he will be taking a break from posting, but his website and blog are a wealth of information and should not be ignore. Richards insights are life changing. Prayers are coming your way my friend. You have made an incredible difference in the world regarding Dementia. It is an honor to call you my friend. Thank you for all you do.
Mind-Start by Monica Heltemes. Monica is a Occupational Therapist by trade. Her commitment to change Dementia Care Culture through her insights and products is phenomenal. I just love this woman and how she thinks and addresses things. Thanks for your friendship and wisdom Monica.
AARP Caregiving Resource Center & Blog This site is a wealth of information. We all want to live purposeful lives as we age, even when ill. AARP can help us do just that. Thank you ARRP for making critical information to everyone.
Sharecare Blog This site is rich and full of great information. Sharecare was created by Dr. Oz and Jeff Arnold and is loaded with amazing information and resources to live a healthy life at any stage or age. Make sure to check out Sharecare’s Top 10 Influencers on a variety of subjects. Thank you Jeff and Dr Oz for your big vision to make the world a better place.
Alzheimer’s Reading Room by Bob Demarco. Bob has done an incredible job building a great community for those dealing with dementia. He has personally lived the journey with his Mother Dotty and inspired many through his life lessons, updates on research and honest thoughts. Keep up the great work Bob.
Real Women on Health by Kelley Connors. Kelley has a wonderful blog which is a great resource for a variety of topics important to women. Kudos girlfriend!
Alzheimer’s Association Blog has update to date information and resources for those dealing with dementia. I thank you for your work.
Care Space is an online community addressing social care over in the UK. My good friend Norrms McNamara, who has Lewy Body Disease posts here often. Norrms is an amazing writer sharing his insights, thoughts and vision to shift our Dementia care culture around the world. Norrms I raise my glass to you buddy. Cheers for making such an impact world wide!
June K. Berg a Journey through Alzheimer’s by Stanton O. Berg. This is a true love story written by a husband and driven by his love for his wife to improve our Dementia care. Stan offers his personal insights and often posts updated statistics prior to the other large organizations. He is great source of information. Kudos Stan for your diligence I’m sure June is looking down on you and bursting with pride.
Oprah’s Blog. As with everything Oprah does her blog is spirited, fun, uplifting and thought provoking. I love the work you do Orpah! Thank you for being you.
About.com Alzheimer’s/Dementia Blog by Esther Heerema. This blog is loaded with tons of information from research and daily living ideas. Kudos Esther for keeping us informed.
Sharing my life with Lewy Body Dementia. This blog documents ones’ persons journey with Lewy Body Dementia. Thank you for sharing your life experiences with us.
Early Onset Blog This blog gives great insight to the progression of the disease from early onset. Once again honest insights from one on the journey with Dementia. Your work here is important. Thank you.
Changing Aging Blog by Dr. Bill Thomas. Bill has been leading the world in culture change for years. He covers an expansive array of topics that are always thought provoking. Bill you have and continue to make such huge strides in shifting our care culture. Thank you for your work.
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