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Thought you might like another update. My city is doing a project for day care for growing old with learning disabilities (GOLD) the other side to where I live (miles away) and at this moment of time I cant find out if the council will fund a place they have found that would be suitable. If it does...
At last ..What I want to hear. The Alzheimers society are making aware big issues on Dementia, and including early age L/D at last.
http://www.thisisjersey.com/2011/03/05/ ... a-warning/
All Health ,social care and other charities should be saying the same!!

Jeanette.
<t>Thought those who are interested might like a catch up. We stiil have no suitable day care service,and though the powers that be have said they are looking for such a place for the GOLDD (growing old with Learning disabilities and dementia) service set up, still havnt found one.<br/> Have any of ...
<t>Thought you might like another update.<br/> Things are certainly getting worse. The GOLD day care in a suitable setting couldnt happen because there was a clause in a contract that said a day care facility on those premises wasnt allowed.It had been a residential/respite home before. <br/> The ne...
<t>I am aware of it Rosemary and hope to be there. Thanks for thinking of me/us. I have quite a big viewing figure on their forum site.<br/> (not as big as Carers UK though ,lol.) Still nothing going on here but very recently my daughter and myself have had to fill in a self assessment form. Obvious...
It is so easy for them to say ..Rosemary ..but to do is near impossible. Image
Have just spotted it does tell me how many have viewed it and I am amazed at the number.Never noticed that before..Sign of old age!!!!

Jeanette
<t>Thanks for that Rosemary. <br/> I wonder how many people with Down's Syndrome living in Britain have a type of dementia? Alzheimers is just one type of course.My daughter has atypical dementia as they cant work out which one it is!!! I know in my area most have been 'tested' at the age of thirty ...
<t>Have looked into early age dementia and L/D and the various stages. Was told yesterday that only three stages are used ? Early, moderate and palliative. Seems really weird to me and very discriminately, that that the seven stages are not used .I think the reason is that by ignoring a number of se...
<t>Stages<br/> Dementia can be divided into seven stages which are similar to those in Alzheimer’s disease. The seven stages of dementia are as follows:<br/> I. No impairment of normal function: No sign of memory loss are visible to a medical professional nor does the patient experience any sympto...