Dementia Through the Eyes of a Family Caregiver

By Becky Benishek | Posted on 01.08.2014 | 2 comments
Dementia Through the Eyes of a Family Caregiver
“He wanted to be a father and a husband, but ultimately, dementia just took over his life, and robbed him of opportunities that now he will never have. And I would have him back in a heartbeat, dementia and everything it brings. I would have my dad back, because he was still my dad. He had dementia, but he was my dad.”
 
Beth Britton has long been a crusader for quality, person-centered dementia care. In this touching video, she talks about her personal experience that helped shaped her lifelong goals.
 

Read “The Dementia Talking,” a guest blog post by Beth Britton, and learn more about how you can raise the standard for dementia care.
 
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