My father’s dementia began, as dementia often does, with the smallest of clues. He would forget where he parked his car, miss a lunch date or walk out of the house without his keys. Of course, the problem with these innocuous little slips is that these are the kinds of things that can happen to […]
I’m sure many of you reading this post will be wondering why a member of a boy band is championing dementia research. Well, imagine not recognising the faces of those closest to us. It’s scary, right? Sadly, many people with dementia face this every single day and the condition is affecting thousands of families across […]
The internet is a dumping ground and finding words of any worth in the flotsam and jetsam can be a chore.
In spite of this, Alzheimer’s Research UK – a charity of which I’ve been patron since 2008 – believes more words in the form of a new dementia blog might tempt people away from cat videos long enough to read something of substance. Are they right?