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To Whom I May Concern - Hearing from People Living with Early Stage Alzheimer's

Posted by on 3/14/2013 to Daily Living Tips
"To Whom I May Concern." No, it is not a typo. It is a program designed by Maureen Mathews, a nurse, psychotherapist, and dementia-care expert to have people with early-stage Alzheimer's tell their stories from their perspective. In the live format of the program, the stories are presented in a interactive, theater-style model, which allows time for questions after the 'performance'.

Or there is an online version of the program which connects people with memory loss through video conferencing on the computer. The sessions are recorded, allowing the rest of us to learn first hand what it is like for them. The goal is to support both the person with dementia and caregivers and to teach anyone who wants to learn more about the disease.

They want you to know the "I" that lives on after an Alzheimer's diagnosis.  See below for a live performance of "To Whom I May Concern" and learn more at www.towhomimayconcern.org.




Lori La Bey
Date: 3/16/2013
Very powerful and a wonderful way to shift perceptions! Thank for sharing
Date: 3/16/2013
Thanks for the comment, Lori!

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