Semantic dementia: a long, sad, lonely journey


Posted on September 4th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Myra Lamont shares the story of her husband Archie’s altered diagnosis – from Alzheimer’s disease to semantic dementia – and the lack of professional awareness and support they have encountered along the way

 

Vol 22 No 5 Pages 30-31





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