On Defusing the Stigma of Dementia

You may remember my post in late October about Dr. Daniel C. Potts, the Alabama neurologist whose practice and life were transformed through the experience of his father living with Alzheimer's.

Dr. Potts just posted these thoughts on learning to defuse the stigma that's so often associated with dementia, and with those who are "different." It's titled Reflections on Personhood. I encourage you to read it and share with others.

Dr. Potts with his mother and father

Dr. Potts with his mother and father

That's it from me for now. I hope 2019 is opening up for you in ways that are good and encouraging.


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P.S.S. My book A Path Revealed: How Hope, Love, and Joy Found Us Deep in a Maze Called Alzheimer’s can be ordered from any bookstore or found on Amazon.

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