The Alzheimer’s Acceptance series is tailored to discuss the different techniques and approaches, used by many, surrounding around accepting that somebody you know has Alzheimer’s disease. The series contains both blogs and a personal story to help portray the message that even though accepting and understanding Alzheimer’s may be a very difficult task to undertake, they are crucial to do on the road to helping the person who is suffering with the horrible disease.
Blog 1: The Introduction
This blog acts as an introduction to the series, discussing aims that I hope to cover in the series, as well as the importance of breaking down a problem into smaller, more manageable sections.
Blog 2: The Terms Accept/Acceptance
This blog takes a look at what accepting and acceptance really mean, how they can help us and how we can manage them as well as a short story on how I have learned to cope with Alzheimer’s.
Blog 3: Personal Alzheimer’s Story
This blog is all about a story that I wrote about the first time that my grandmother forgot who I was. it is quite an emotional story for me but really shows how hard Alzheimer’s can be on a person.
Blog 4: Personal Experience
This blog is all about my personal experience with Alzheimer’s. It is quite an emotional blog in my opinion which carried through some powerful messages.
Blog 5: Series Conclusion
This blog is the last blog in the series and acts as a summary blog of everything that I have covered in the series.