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December 11, 2016 9:24 pm

I disagree with the above statement.The patient has an illness.The Carer is living with and through that illness with the patient.It is a difficult/hard journey for both.

I also disagree with the statement I have heard,"Living Well With Dementia". Some may have a better passage than others but from my experience everyday is a challenge.For us the illness is proving to be an ever increasing difficult and hard journey!

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