The dad-shaped hole: living past a death

My dad in hospital

My dad died December 27, 2017. He was 96 years old. A month later, it would have been my parents’ 70th wedding anniversary. He’d been admitted to hospital in late November with a chest infection that was successfully cleared, only to be followed by him catching an antibiotic resistant E. coli. It took up residence … Read moreThe dad-shaped hole: living past a death

Do your research to better help those you love with dementia 

It’s important, I believe, to do your research when family or friends develop any form of dementia. It helps you to understand, to be of real help and to prepare, as best anyone can, for the later stages. It’s said that ignorance is bliss, and you certainly come upon facts that upset you, but in … Read moreDo your research to better help those you love with dementia 

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