A picture can be worth a thousand words

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      Simon Hooper
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      A first year, a firs Xmas with dementia.. anyone got any great ideas to keep the conversation going, especially with kids around. Its like everything, you have to learn from experience and from others. Please post your experiences, ideas, advice and images…for sometimes a pictures sometimes really is worth a thousand words!

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      Radhika Narayan
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      I liked your post. This is a great forum and I will share more pictures. For example, I attached my mother’s favourite photographs to the fridge and it has already got her talking.

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