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Elaine Eshbaugh

When Dementia Knocks

A university employee stopped at the dementia simulation house the other day to deliver something. He seemed to have some curiosity as to what this project is all about, and we chatted for a bit. He told me that his dad, who has dementia, doesn’t even try to pay attention to conversations anymore. He looks at the ceiling. He fiddles with the buttons on his shirt. He sticks his tongue out. Every once in while, he responds. It’s typically “yes”… Read More »When Dementia Knocks