(For my psychological sciences study I made this report.) Chocolate is consumed throughout the world, with 7.5 million tons eaten in 2017 alone (Statista, 2019). While widely available and not age limited, chocolate is also considered an addictive food, with the term ‘chocoholic’ used to describe those with a frequent craving for it (Crichton, Elias, […]
What a great idea for dementia awareness week. Those with dementia may be more connected to other weddings than Harry and Meghan’s and enjoy chance to reminisce. Or as mentioning in my lent dementia posts, those with dementia may not have full understanding of celebrations but, can still enjoy celebrating.
I have been blogging my experiences of this wedding, so I have the posts to look back on.
In this blog, some beautiful forget not creations and some good points about dementia.
In this post as part of my Lent dementia prompts I shared Dementia Friends which uses the forget me not as it’s symbol’s key messages.
It’s Dementia Action Week, something that is very important to me. My dad had the disease. He died a year ago.
This week, is dementia awareness week in the UK. During Lent I posted daily posts regarding dementia, including the following:
A easy read book, humorous. The first page sets the scene:
My blog name is after an Oasis song Wonderwall. My name is Sara. I tried asking Alexa to find me an artist called Sara but she failed. So I googled singers called Sara and found Sara Evans; who I’m currently listening to on shuffle.
The first song Alexa played of hers was: