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Diagnosis of Dementia Photograph of Anne Deveson

Diagnosis of Dementia: Reflections from Anne Deveson

I have just read an interview with Anne Deveson on her recent diagnosis of brain injury – more specifically Alzheimer’s Disease. Anne describes an approach to a diagnosis of dementia that contains hope and strength, not just the devastation one might expect. It linked to a question that occupies my thinking –  how would I respond in […]

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Dancing after Brain Injury

Get Dancing. Dance after Brain Injury.

Dance after brain injury. A stretch of a topic you might think. Maybe an indulgence on my part. I admit I love dancing in a freeform, embarassing to your children kind of way. I discovered the “global dance community” No Lights No Lycra” ( NLNL) which has great appeal for me. A fundamental belief of […]

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