Their works remind us that, even during the throes of illness or grief, when the air is filled with questions, fear, and sadness, there are slivers of time and space where room can be made for wonder. Observing Alice as if she belongs to an unfamiliar culture, Walrath relates to her in ways that respect her alternate reality. Her stories are mostly lighthearted; her drawings are whimsical, magical, surreal.
Dementia & Alzheimer’s Caregiving: Through the Looking Glass
This approach, which offers the equivalent of memory snapshots presented from different angles, suggests value in appreciating the moment over the supposed stability of the traditional narrative trajectory of beginning, middle, end. This video explains so much what I have tried to tell them, but sometime when it comes from others. The quality of this video is very good.
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Not only is this good for staff, but ALL family member's should also see this video. Family member's still see their mom or dad as an 83 or whatever age that they are suppose to be. They do not understand that their loved-one is not the same person that they once knew. They have a problem with altering their approach to meet the current needs and mental age.
Police officers NEED to see this. God Bless the writers of this video. I just watched the whole preview of the Dementia and Alzheimer's Caregiving: Through the Looking Glass; and was very impressed. The preview was educational and made me look back on people whom I knew suffered from the disease and the lack of understanding on how their care should be administered. I liked the fact that the presenter discussed the topic in stages, showing the normal brain and a brain affected by Alzheimer's no difference on the outside but the turmoil on the inside was horrific with a process of reversal taking place.
As a result of watching this preview, we have decided to purchase this CD to include in our training program as an element of our Caring for the Elderly category.
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This preview has allowed me to realize that it takes a specially trained Caregiver to care for these lovely people whose complete world is in reverse of its norm. That is indeed frightening and we are committed to using our training facility to provide training for the faithful Caregivers of these fragile, frightened and sweet individuals. In fact, affective symptomatology, that is auditory hallucinations as well as ideas of jealousy, had been described by Alois Alzheimer in the landmark case of Auguste Deter in However, cognitive and histopathological features took priority in medico-scientific and healthcare descriptions of dementia patients in the first half of the twentieth century and beyond.
Reframing dementia as a different way of being, as a window into another reality, lets people living in that state be our teachers — useful, true humans who contribute to our collective good, instead of scary zombies.
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How will I continue to live — how will I die? But in comparison to these caregivers Walrath does not give her mother her own narrative space.
And as such it reveals that a balance between continuity of identity for the patient as parent and continuity for the caregiver as child is not easily found — neither in the illness experience itself nor in an account thereof. Are these challenges not explored in more detail, because we are expected to fill them in from our knowledge of the mainstream dementia narrative?