It was not talked about, I never saw the program or ticket, but I knew. I could remember. When I was little my parents took me to see a local theatre production of Rogers and Hammerstein’s, Cinderella. I was too little to remember anything that happened, from where we sat in the theatre, to whichContinue reading “Emotional Memory”
For a moment we became a support group in play, showing our humanity and our desire to be in community with others, seen, heard, acknowledged. Our common thread of dementia became just that, a common thread. Not an “issue” to fix or something to try to hide.
“The culture shift we envision begins with communication and ends with connection,” writes Cathy Braxton and Tami Neumann on page 11 of their book, Start with Yes! A Unique Way to Communicate with Persons Living with Dementia. They are the creators of the DementiaRAW method. In a world (mostly internet world) that is filled with tooContinue reading “Personal Library: Start with YES!”