Dementia Mentors is about helping those living with dementia understand that there is still life after the diagnosis.
Imagine receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Few things would be as frightening; few things would elicit such a strong sense of being alone.
Those involved in this project know firsthand how frightening it is to hear the words, “You have dementia.” For this is an international coalition of people living well, and the best they can with dementia.
At Dementia Mentors one of our top goals is keeping those living with dementia social, and we’re now accomplishing this from the comfort and safety of their own homes.
We are an extremely international group. Our main language is English. But we have learned that dementia has no borders, no gender and no political beliefs. There is no discrimination when it comes to dementia, it affects us all.
If your living with dementia? We can help you. We are family.
Click the image below to hear Robert Bowles to talk about how Dementia Mentors has helped him with his Lewy Body Dementia