Postings with tag: dementia
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Like in the children's paper and pen game of the same name, the main character takes incremental steps towards hanging a man, though here it's his own self induced destruction which is at stake. (plot twists come free but the broken fourth wall is non-refundable) OCCASIONAL STRONG LANGUAGE [3300ish words]
The Scent of Revenge Book Two of The Patterns Series The world is at war – World War III. FBI Agent Rick Bellamy and his wife, Ellen, find themselves in the middle of a sinister terror plot. Someone is attacking young prominent women, inflicting a horrible disease. Nobody knows its…
Do you believe in coincidence? Or is there an order to things that we could perhaps learn to read, and eventually even predict? Old Jack thinks the latter, because he sees it in the slots...
Madeline is an elderly woman in a nursing home. Her husband is there with her, and one night he starts acting different. She becomes extremely concerned, and thinks about her life without him.
The only reason I'm sharing this story is because I'm scared and alone. I need help. It was a hot, sticky autumn night. I remember the scenery well. A long, winding road. My parents had promised we'd move away. I didn't expect it this far away. I counted the time…
This psychology study guide is a brief overview of a number of psychological disorders and subjects. I wrote it for free and hope that posting it on my blog and this site will make it not pass copyscape so that I get credit.
January 13, 2011
This beautiful poem of a book, looking into your voice ~ the poetic and eccentric realities of alzheimer’s, is a collection of conversations offering alternative and beautiful insights into the Alzheimer’s mind. Celebrating the revelatory eloquence of the altered realities of dementia, these vignettes are from Cathie Borrie’s lyrical memoir,…
November 25, 2009
Q: what is worse than twilight? A: its insane fans known as 'twitards' (not to be confused with normal-minded fans). DISCLAIMER: i do not own the article. This article is taken from a website.
This book about Alzheimer's disease is used to educate and train caregivers taking care of residents in long term care or on an individual basis in the home or Home Health Care. For family memebers who need educated about Alzheimer's so they understand why a person acts the way they…