Reminiscence and reminiscence therapy

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Reminiscence and reminiscence therapy.

I found the attached article very interesting and promising.  Anyone who has been a family caregiver, or a professional caregiver, knows the seemingly insurmountable struggle to engage with someone who has Alzheimer’s or other dementia.

My work path in life always includes those with dementia so I will definitely look into this therapy.  But let’s face it – as us Baby Boomers move onward into our future, we’re already looking for ways in which to brighten our memories when what we’re searching for may be on the tip of our tongue, but it refuses to jump off!

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