Subscriber’s to the late Richard Taylor’s e-newsletter Alzheimer’s From the Inside Out had the bittersweet privilege of receiving his last email yesterday with a forward from his brother Jason.
“Hello. My name is Richard, and I have dementia, probably of the Alzheimer’s type.” These are the words Dr. Richard Taylor used to open each of his presentations, as he enlightened the world about the lived experience of changing cognitive ability. Richard passed away at his home on July 25th, due to cancer.
It’s been six months since my last epistle but I have now reached the point where I feel as if I have recovered enough to jump back into the world of dementia advocacy.
The latest edition of Richard Taylor’s newsletter Alzheimer’s From the Inside Out was published today. If you want a deeper understanding of dementia, and the people who live with it, I highly recommend you become a subscriber by clicking here.
Here’s what Richard has to say about the latest research results to find a cure for Alzheimer’s:
The latest edition of the newsletter Alzheimer’s From the Inside Out, Reports from between the ears and from the heart and spirit of Richard Taylor, A person living with the symptoms of Dementia, hit my inbox this morning. If you’re not a subscriber, sign up now — it’s a must-read newsletter for anyone interested in changing the way we think about and treat people living with Dementia. You can sign up at Richard’s website here: http://www.richardtaylorphd.com/
ChangingAging is excited to share the inaugural issue of The Voices of Dementia, a new journal of and by individuals living with the symptoms of dementia edited by Richard Taylor, Ph.D. Read Richard’s introduction below and click here to download a free PDF of the July issue of The Voices of Dementia. Click Here if you […]