The Alzheimer's Australia NSW blog *Younger Onset Dementia and ME*

*The Alzheimer's Australia NSW blog *Younger Onset Dementia and ME* is a place for people to connect with others, to get information and helpful suggestions.

A diagnosis of younger onset dementia can be very isolating. You may have received a diagnosis, be someone who is caring for a family member, or you may have a mum or dad with younger onset dementia. You are not alone. The National Younger Onset Dementia Key Worker Program provides individualised information and support to improve the quality of life for people with younger onset dementia and also see NSW - Younger Onset Dementia . For more information contact the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.

Thursday, 27 February 2014

Actor Seth Rogen at a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee

Watch Rogen’s impassioned plea it's warm and witty -

 

The star of Knocked Up and Freaks and Geeks has taken the opportunity to give one of his greatest performances in Washington DC… and not only because he’s a huge House of Cards fan.
Rogen has presented a touching case for highlighting the nightmare that is early-onset dementia, outlining the tragic decline he saw in his mother-in-law, who was beset by the disease at the age of 55.
The comic actor deftly treads a fine line between humour and poignancy, while making a strong and important point about Alzheimer’s Disease, which touches so many lives....