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'Thoughts about dementia' (TAD) newsletter:

To read several recent examples of our email newsletter, 'Thoughts About Dementia', please see the listing below..

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Articles and resources for download

These articles, sorted by year of publication, are in downloadable PDF format. Click on the title to read the article.


TADs: selected newsletters

TAD25_January_2011_Changes in time perception
TAD36_July_2011_Re-surfacing traumas not leaving people alone with fears and tears
TAD38_August_2011_Fluctuating abilities, facades and fear
TAD39_September_2011_Mistaken identities-the phenomenon of Stage 2 Buddies
 TAD41_November_2011_The purposes of staging models for dementia
TAD46_April_2012_Accepting a diagnosis of dementia
TAD49_July_2012_Recognizing visuo-cognitive difficulties and fear behaviour in dementia care
TAD52_November_2012_Lighting-DARC_Dementia Awareness Reaching Communities
TAD57_September_2013_Different types of logic may become apparent in people with dementia
TAD58_November_2013_Surprising things can happen when the police attend Alzheimer Cafés
TAD59_February_2014_Metaphores for cognitive change-attentional blackboards and memory

TAD62_April_2020_Ideas for ‘table-top activities’ - in times of self-imposed isolation- like during this coronavirus outbreak















Dr. William van der Eerden