Have you ever heard someone say, “I remember when…?” Do you say it yourself? I remember standing by my grandpa while he drove the tractor on the farm. Whenever he’d tell me stories from the past he’d start with “I remember when.” Years later his memories started to fade and I felt the relationship fading away too. Listen to Richard as he talks about memories, and how to cope when they start to fade.
This week on messages of hope we’re talking with Gaye about some of the misunderstandings of Dementia. Gaye has worked in aged care for over 20 years and specialised in Dementia care. Do you struggle to understand and relate with a loved one who has Dementia? Listen in this week for surprising insights and encouragement for living with Dementia.
Have you ever heard or used the saying, “I remember when…”? Remembering who we are is important to us. In Australia we have public holidays to help us remember who we are. On those days we often hear stories of freedom and the sacrifices that people made for us. Please join us this week on messages of hope as we talk more about remembering who we are.
You’ve just heard Ann describing her experience of early onset Dementia. How do you face the future when you feel like you’re losing your past? I hope you can listen in this week to hear how Ann is adjusting to early onset Dementia.
Am I Too Old? How do you feel about getting older? In a culture that values youth, age can easily be devalued. We see age as a loss of youth rather than a gaining of life experience. This week my guest is Rob Schubert. He has some good news for those of us who are […]