The inscription on Tony Graham's mausoleum is about his life with wife Elizabeth. It reads "we didn't have it all together, but together we had it all." And the Grahams did have it all - until Tony was diagnosed with dementia.
The Turquoise music program, run by Chris White and Mo Archambault, operates on Mondays out of Southminster United Church on Aylmer Avenue. It's a fun, interactive sing-a-long program for people with dementia and their caregivers, and has received high praise! Recently Sian Fitzgerald, a caregiver, sent along this note: "I have lots of positive things […]
I was there to do a profile on John Cornwall, major donor to The Dementia Society. This was to involve me asking many questions of John about John, and I quickly discovered that John is probably John’s least favourite topic of conversation. Instead, he wanted to talk about other people. ALL the other people.