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Feeling Left Out with Dementia Symptoms

I was asked to think about what phrases and actions leave Persons With Dementia symptoms feeling left out.
This must be prefaced by reminder that there are a lot of similarities between experiences and perspectives of different Persons With Dementia — but there are also a lot of differences.  1,239 more words

Important

Verbal Stimming

Jake loves to talk.  Seriously loves to talk.  This kid just will not stop talking.  I am thankful and blessed that he is verbal; when he was two, I wondered if or when he would start to talk.  1,410 more words

Yes, yes, yes and right, right, right

Greetings, readers. Something new has been added to my list of quirky and annoying habits. It has become so bad that I am keenly aware of it. 394 more words

Life

Meeting of Minds

“Only great minds can afford a simple style.”
Stendhal

All of us enjoy communicating with one another, or blogging would not exist along with all other forms of communication. 152 more words

BLOGGING

Communication

My son was non-verbal until age 5. His mode of communication was primarily physical. It was destructive and painful. One day as I was driving along with him safely fastened in his car seat in the front seat (before it was deemed unsafe) he reached over and grabbed my hair and yanked my head down below the dashboard. 301 more words

Autism

GMAT: Analysis of a Written Argument

Taking the GMAT is like running a marathon:  it’s time consuming, you have to monitor your energy output, and you’re exhausted when it’s over. Focus on the second similarity listed. 2,017 more words

Mba

Culture Connection with Dr. Bill Maier

Culture Connection

with Dr. Bill Maier

lying, memory, intelligence, verbal, tell tales, Jeremiah

https://wbclarchives.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/cc-150625.mp3

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Culture Connection