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Robyn and Lynette’s story

Alzheimers Taranaki Club Coordinators Lynette and Robyn are inspired by their clients and they know that the clubs are of huge benefit to them and their families. They simply wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Asra’s story

Asra and her grandad Jim continue to stay connected through a shared love of country music.

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Pip’s story

Author Pip Desmond received hundreds of messages after publishing her memoir 'Song for Rosaleen'. She reflects on the power and impact of sharing our experiences of the dementia journey.

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Charlotte’s story

Ever since Charlotte could remember, her Great Nana always had struggles with memory and forgetfulness. It wasn't until she was older that she understood why.

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Fergus’ story

Fergus and Peter haven't let a diagnosis of dementia stop them from rafting the Waiau Toa/Clarence River, seeing Peter's favourite band live, or keeping connected with life on the farm.

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Henny’s story

Henny (also known as “Mr Fix It Man”) has been volunteering for Alzheimers Marlborough for 18 years. He says volunteering gives him a real sense of satisfaction and a way to give something back to the community.

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Diane’s story

After her Mum was diagnosed with dementia, Diane Nutsford turned to her local organisation for help. She says dementia awareness is worth its weight in gold.

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Dame Kerry Prendergast’s story

Dame Kerry is sharing her experiences in the hope of creating a more compassionate and understanding world for people living with dementia.

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Elizabeth’s story

Elizabeth is living with Mild Cognitive Impairment. She has started a little notebook headed ‘Wishes’, a list of true necessities to help her hold on to her vital self.