Sandy and Ron Posno

Those who care and those very special, self-selected, dedicated people whom we generally designate as care-partners are very much the focus of my new life.

I have dementia:   that’s true and indisputable.  I have been diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Fortunately, it’s only in the early stage.   I am still cogent, rational and fluent.   That’s going to change, but right now – at this stage of my life(almost eighty years) – I can rejoice past and future with my wife and friends.   But that’s not all:   there’s a new dimension.   I have a strong commitment to help new friends – those with dementia and those who care.

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