Hi all, Today author and fellow health blogger, Kathryn, allowed me to write a guest post for her blog, Allergic to Life. Please check it out, and while you're at it, learn more about Kathryn, her struggles, and her book Allergic to Life.
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I was honoured to be asked to facilitate one of the events being run by Age UK and Age Concern recently to promote dementia friendly communities in West Kent. 984 more words
This is an extremely powerful post by inspirational Zoe Harris, founder and director of Care Charts UK, a social enterprise set up in the light of her late husband’s experience with dementia. I was delighted when Zoe came along to our 'launch event' for our series of sixteen Whose Shoes?® sessions in West Kent to build 'dementia friendly communities'. West Kent has been a wonderful breeding ground for people who really 'get' Whose Shoes?® and are keen to be part of the assets-based approach we are trying to build, raising awareness but specifically seeking to fire local people to take action and spread the fires of positive change. As a result of this first session, Zoe became a Whose Shoes? facilitator as an extra way to channel the insight, passion and knowledge gained through her long experience of caring for Geoff. I am very honoured to be associated with Zoe and her wonderful work.
Life is like the ocean.
It can be calm or still,
and rough or rigid,
but in the end, it is always beautiful.
Definition: PFO is a congenital heart defect resulting from failure of the foramen ovale to close shortly after birth – Dictionary.com
To a non-diver a PFO (Patent Foramen Ovale) is not important, most people who have it are unaware of it and will go through their entire life without a problem. 914 more words