What do we mean by Success? – Blog 7: Your Family?

The family that we are a part of play a major role in our lives, from the start right through to the end, but can we use our relationship with our family as a determiner of whether or not we are successful in life? It's a question that quite a lot of people think about …

Ideas for Lockdown – Blog 6: Trace your Family Tree?

Family Trees are things that, to many, are a very important part of their lives. Learning about your family tree allows you to see where your ancestors came from and what sort of lives they lived. With the extra time that some people now have due to the Lockdown, why don't we look into out …

Alzheimer’s Avoidance – Blog 11: Alzheimer’s at Christmas

The festive season is upon us! Christmas is one of the busiest and greatest days for most during the year but is a day that no one forgets. This blog is going to talk about Alzheimer's during the Christmas Season! Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! Today's blog is the 11th blog in the Alzheimer's …

Being Different: Blog 4 – The Changing Mirror

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! This is the 4th blog in the Being Different series. This blog is called "The Changing Mirror" and talks about how your reflection can change over time. This blog is going to focus on hoe your personality as well as your world view can change over time and how …

Alzheimer’s: The Bookcase Analogy

The Bookcase Analogy is a theory I first found on YouTube in a video by The Alzheimer's Society, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkvyGrOEIfA . The theory is one of the many theories used to describe how Alzheimer's affects a persons mind. I have explained this theory briefly on my website, Don't Forget Me, so if any of you have …

A Grandmother, Mother and to all a Friend

This is a poem I made for my Grandmother when i found out she had Alzheimer's. The poem is very personal to me and can also be found on my Alzheimer's website, Don't Forget Me (www.dontforgetme.org.uk). The poem acts a nostalgia train for me going through my memories of me and my grandmother. Note: Cap …