A personal transformation

I’m one of those people who finds marketing myself very…
October 23, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Born of desperation – a book by Henry Spencer

The term ‘desperation’ describes how many of us feel…
September 21, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Dementia and the mid-life breakthrough

Mid-life is a time when many of us have the opportunity to…
September 10, 2018/by alice_ashwell

STRiDE – towards a National Dementia Plan

Imagine South Africa developing a National Dementia Plan!…
July 18, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Nurtured by Nature – caring for those who care

Nature gave Mum and me countless ‘moments of joy on the…
June 25, 2018/by alice_ashwell

True friendship

I don’t enjoy boxing. I have never understood why anyone…
May 22, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Transforming the Dementia Journey

“When we are unable to change a situation, we are challenged…
March 14, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Keeping connected as caregivers

This disease is isolating. Friends recede, family members…
January 26, 2018/by alice_ashwell

connection – the silver lining

When our mum got dementia, my sister Kathy lived in the same…
January 10, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Food for thought … Making brain-healthy choices

If you want to get people disagreeing, start talking about…
January 3, 2018/by alice_ashwell

Healthy by nature

It is common knowledge that spending time outdoors is good…
December 16, 2017/by alice_ashwell

Contented dementia – such a helpful book

During the early years of Mum’s dementia, I knew nothing about…
December 8, 2017/by alice_ashwell