Hear Our Voices

Hear Our Voices 2017-11-12T16:42:28+00:00

“You don’t look like you have dementia.”
“What does dementia look like?”

This  is  what  dementia  looks  like!

People who have dementia often describe feeling isolated. They typically don’t know anyone else who has dementia. So much of the public information about dementia focuses on ‘gloom and doom’. There is another side. Learning how others are living with dementia can be a powerful, inspiring and supportive experience.

Would you like to add your voice about how you are LIVING with dementia?

Brian LeBlanc, a former radio host shown above with his dog, Dallas, and other tech savvy individuals living with dementia are recording video clips.  It’s easy!  If you want to add your voice, email info@daanow.org

Hear Our Voices

Hear the voices of individuals and care partners and their experience living with dementia.

Laurie Scherrer, diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer’s and frontotemporal dementia, wrote and scored this beautiful song in 2016 titled, “Living Beyond Dementia”.

A preview of Richard Taylor, PhD, first DVD video Be With Me Today by Have A Good Life Media. Buy the DVD at haveagoodlife.com

Women with Dementia Living Strong is a video regarding the research project of Dr. Elaine Wiersma of Lakehead University, in collaboration with the Alzheimer Society of Ontario. The research studies women with dementia living in the community.

Life goes on: Living with Alzheimer’s – David Gary Quinton, Canada

Living with Alzheimer's - Brian LeBlanc, USA

Living with Alzheimer’s – Brian LeBlanc, USA

How to live with dementia - People with dementia speak out

How to live with dementia – People with dementia speak out

Small changes help make a dementia friendly community - Alzheimer's Society

Small changes help make a dementia friendly community – Alzheimer’s Society

Living Well With Dementia PiDC Alliance

Living Well With Dementia PiDC Alliance

From Dementia-Mentors Online

Paulan Gordon on Mentoring for Dementia Mentors

Living Well With Dementia PiDC Alliance

Paulan Gordon, living with vascular dementia