Tag Archives: dementia

Endless Rewards

If you read my last post, about my first day working as a care-giver at a dementia care facility, you might have gotten the mistaken impression that it’s depressing. Continue reading

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Make Me a Saint, Already

While I’m trying to get an interview with full-time x-ray employers (only one for per diem so far besides the part-time job I have), I’ve opened up my job targets to include, well, anything vaguely medical in the immediate vicinity.  Mikey gots bills to pay.  Today was my first day as a care-giver at a dementia facility. Continue reading

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Electric Old Ladyland

Another holiday is here.  We make the drive to the old lady’s apartment.  The old lady and the older lady are there waiting for us.  We go to bed knowing what will come in the morning.  The ladies will be cooking us Swedish pancakes. Continue reading

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