Here at TLC, we are only too aware that Dementia is so close to many of us, with so many of us having experience with the condition impacting our lives in a variety of ways.
Neil and Leah both have first-hand experience of how Dementia can impact not only those diagnosed but their loved ones, their support system, professionals and the wider community. Dementia is a condition close to the hearts of both Leah and Neil, with both having seen their grandmother’s live with the condition. Whilst Leah was very young (pre-teenage years) when her grandmother was diagnosed, Neil’s experience was much more recent, however both can relate to the similarities and variations of the condition. Having now developed their knowledge much more, both Neil and Leah are keen to help and support others on their Dementia journeys…
It’s not just black & white, there’s a lot of grey areas. ⠀
Let’s work together, help each other and support each other to make each moment count 🧡⠀
Dementia is so close to many of us, with many of us having experience with the condition impacting our lives.⠀
Our aim is to educate and provide support for all those affected by Dementia…those living with the condition, their loved ones, carers, family, friends, colleagues, professionals and all those that could benefit from a little bit of knowledge or support.⠀
We KNOW the road is tough, we have been there believe us – but is doesn’t have to be all negativity, doom and gloom. There are rays of sunshine and positivity and we should embrace these, support each other and raise each other up.
Knowledge is powerful and we believe that you can never have too much knowledge. Research continues and progresses and so our need to keep up-to-date never ends. We want to lighten the load and help with easy-to-read hints & tips to help you and your loved ones navigate, what can be, a tricky path through dementia.
Dementia is a condition that, in the extensive variety of forms, affects so many of us and yet so little awareness is raised. We want to bring Dementia to the forefront of people’s mind and support those in need, whether that be those finding out they have dementia, caregivers, loved ones of those diagnosed, professionals or the wider community.
The impacts of death, dementia and mental illness can be catastrophic, something that we understand all too well. We want to ensure that we are able to help you, whether that be with knowledge & information, hints & tips, support or helping to protect your family’s future when relocating into care or putting legal documentation in place.