Whatever happens, I’ll never give up


Posted on May 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Ann Holden used to work with older people with dementia. Following a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and the effects of mini-strokes her life has changed completely, but she is still motivated to help others and keep a positive outlook on life. This is her story
Author/s: Ann Holden
Vol: 13, Issue: 3, pp26-28





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