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Dementia, Down syndrome and learning disabilities

One thing we know about dementia is that it does not discriminate – it is an equal opportunity disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia in the general population. 1,395 more words

Caring For Someone With Dementia

Do You Have Trouble Getting Up In the Morning? Maybe You Should Work Here - Tim's Place: Where breakfast, lunch and HUGS are served! - YouTube

Are you kind of a Grinch and you know it? Well buckle up – I dare you to not love this! If you can pull that off let me know, I will see to it myself that we get you some help. 12 more words

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Stuff and things 2

So we had a relatively quiet weekend. Ted and I are both hoarders, so we aimed to get junk out to charity shops and look at what we really “need”. 232 more words

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Many Years Ago

“Many years ago, my father was a Jewish physician in Braunau, Austria. On one particular day, two babies had been delivered by one of his colleagues. 115 more words

Positively Pro-Life

Down's Syndrome Awareness Month approaching...

When Audrey was born I wasted too much time worrying about the most ridiculous superficial nonsense! I thought about things like her not having any fashion sense! 392 more words

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3. Down’s Syndrome Tests: When "what if" comes very close to “most probably”: Amniocentesis

On the day of the amnio, I got pretty selfish. Firstly, there was the fear of an amnio triggered miscarriage, something underlined, emphasized and highlighted everywhere I turned to for more information. 871 more words

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