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Reading is getting progressively more difficult. It is a short term memory deficit; I read a page but then forget what it was about so I have to constantly re-read. This means that I now take ten times longer to read a book. I find reading quite tiring too. Films and TV are things that I view as distractions. It is as if I no longer have time to watch them because I always have so much to do. That is more... read more

Conversations with Larry 1

.   Larry Gardiner is one of a new breed of dementia activists – people with a diagnosis who have decided to create mutual support groups, speak openly about the experience of living with dementia, and campaign for the rights of those with the illness.  He is one of the bloggers featured on our new site, A Dementia Voice.  If you want to take issue with any of Larry’s views, please feel... read more