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Dementia Alliance International – It’s About Human Rights

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Kate Swaffer had to leave her job after she was diagnosed with dementia at the age of 49. See why she co-founded Dementia Awareness International, which is now giving a powerful voice to people with Dementia.


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December 31, 2017 9:30 pm

I want to thank Kate for all the hard work she has done. It was her book that I read that I could so relate to. If more employer were more opened to keeping people with Dementia in the workplace, we would have a sense of purpose. I was forced out of a job that I was in for 29 years when diagnosed. There was no support groups and no info about the disease. I thank God for the DAI for all that they do to help people understand more about Dementia and what it is like living with the disease. Donna

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