Monday, 26 May 2014


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  1. What a great idea to share aphasia friendly information...I will be visiting a lot! Thanks from a person who lives with aphasia. Fiona

  2. I had been desperately seeking for a psychiatrist but was told that the local ACT team was “capped” despite an influx of mental health funding I got frustrated. Only within recent time (3 years ago), I started reaching out online for Dementia cure. Eventually, I found a medication that alleviated his symptoms. I read an excellent article about Alzheimer's/Dementia Disease that my mum too suffered with that is if I chose to use the word Suffer Which I DON'T. You see this condition is really what we make it out to be. Recovery starts with us the caregiver's. How we think about this condition will determine how much power we chose to give it in our lives but the bottom line is that ZOMO medication works, it is a great relief, Lives matter and what I am encouraging others who have Alzheimer's/Dementia illness, to begin doing!!. If you really care you’d try anything, mine isn’t so bad a board certified neurologist cured my Mum of Dementia. lack of knowledge was not a problem, and educating was not going to help. Stigma-free really needs more thought. check out the link to know more: