Peer support groups are a place of real honesty and you discover through all of that, that there is life with the illness.
People living with dementia
Fiona was diagnosed with posterior cortical atrophy (PCA) in 2017. Inspired by a suggestion in an online PCA support group, Fiona’s daughter wrote a simple document that explained the challenges Fiona was facing.
Myrna came to realize that just because you are diagnosed with dementia doesn’t mean life is over. Somewhere along the line she got permission to be happy, and she sees that as a pivotal moment in her life after diagnosis.
Rosa was pleased that despite Arnaldo’s dementia diagnosis, they were still able to go on their trip.
Sarah gives Phil the confidence to do things on his own.