Posted on: August 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
Note: In 2007, Jamie Wilson Headley (founder and CEO of Dementia Services Group) began the complicated process of helping her once-independent mother adjust to life with dementia.
These are the challenges that one woman faced, but although Jamie’s Journey is deeply personal, it is also universal. We hope that her trials and triumphs will shed light on the emotional and logistical issues that come with caring someone with dementia.
By the time I got back to the hospital, Mom was awake. She was groggy from the anesthesia but she didn’t seem to be in a lot of pain, so that was a relief. Her left arm was in a cast and the right arm had what looked like an erector set sticking out of it, which is known as an external fixator.