Forbes May 14, 2019
Julian Vigo

Knowing the signs of dementia is not part of our general cultural practice, or rather, such knowledge is not part of our everyday reality until it becomes part of our lives for personal reasons. For the many who live the day-to-day realities of congenital illness, life-threatening disease, and health issues that others only see on TV, it’s a truism that our societies in the west tend to segregate enormously on the basis of health. For most everyone who is a carer or the individual struggling with health issues, there is life before and a life after such health issues emerged. While we often think of “culture” in terms of cultural and historical traditions, there is also a culture out there, invisible to...

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