The 20th century view of dementia continues…

Try as I might, I am currently really struggling to convince a group of global researchers on the importance of adding two simple things to a list of possible interventions following a diagnosis of dementia. It has got to the point, I feel discriminated and stigmatised by them, as most in the group generally seem…

Life is a roller coaster

In my blog The impact of Betrayal Trauma, published quite recently (although it says it was posted in January), it seems to have opened up a few wounds and hearts of many others I’ve been talking to. It is especially sad to know this is such a familiar and common experience, and I go back to…

Person Centred Planning for Death

Image source: Kate Swaffer Recently, there has been an online discussion somewhere on Facebook (I can’t find it to refer to it) about what needs to go into what in Australia, we call “Advance Care Directives” (updated from Advanced since being indirectly corrected via twitter). I have had a legal will, and both a legal…