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How dementia is changing me: My battle with an ever-shifting identity - Features - Health & Families - The Independent

How dementia is changing me: My battle with an ever-shifting identity

Two years ago, the writer and academic Gerda Saunders was diagnosed with microvascular disease, a leading cause of dementia. Here, she describes the most formidable issue she faces: her ever-shifting identity.

Who Am I Wearing? -- Fashion adventures, and misadventures, while living with dementia. By Gerda Saunders

Fashion Adventures—and Misadventures—While Living With Dementia

-- Fashion adventures, and misadventures, while living with dementia. By Gerda Saunders

A geriatric psychiatrist sees first-hand how the health care system helps — and fails — his mother-in-law

I’d seen dementia’s toll on my patients. Now I was watching the disease unravel my family.

I’d seen dementia’s toll on my patients. Now I was watching the disease unravel my family. - The Washington Post

Book & Article: Gerda Saunders tries to analyze her dementia as dispassionately as possible in her new book.

In ‘Memory’s Last Breath,’ Remembering Life, Before It’s Too Late

Books of The Times: In ‘Memory’s Last Breath,’ Remembering Life, Before It’s Too Late

‘There’s life after diagnosis’: Author shares lessons on living with dementia

‘There’s life after diagnosis’: Author shares lessons on living with dementia

Gerda Saunders, a former gender studies professor, has written a memoir about living with microvascular disease, a form of dementia.

Gerda: getting dressed when you have dementia

Gerda Saunders has a fabulous sense of style. She also has a progressive form of dementia, and lately she’s been asking herself whether all this effort she’s…

Dementia, Rowing, What S, Street Fashion, Photoshoot, Track, Organizing, Urban Fashion, Rowing Scull

The Best Booklet on Early Onset Dementia / Young Alzheimer's -- FREE BOOKLET -- Download or browse this information-packed 38-page online booklet. Gain insights from 20 years of research. It is designed for people living with early onset dementia, also known as "Young Alzheimer's."

The Best Booklet on Early Onset Dementia/Young Alzheimer's

Dementia Capable Care: Seeing Ability, Not Disability

Dementia Capable Care: Seeing Ability, Not Disability by Occupational Therapist, Kim Warchol

Q: Need advice about Dementia and my Father who is in denial and hostile, please.

Need Advice About Dementia And My Father Who Is In Denial And Hostile, Please.

Sometimes dementia can go like this: a sucky day with Doña Quixote in apogee

Sometimes dementia can go like this: a sucky day with Doña Quixote in apogee - GERDA SAUNDERS

"Oh, the places you'll go": Doña Quixote's five minutes of "fame"

"Oh, the places you'll go": Doña Quixote's five minutes of "fame"

Dementia, Professor, Tans, Fields, Teacher, Sun Tanning

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