Wendy Mitchell knew something wasn’t right when she started noticing that her brilliant memory, one that she had always relied on, was letting her down. She could no longer remember names of colleagues and was grasping for simple words in work meetings. A diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 58, although initially devastating, was somewhat of a relief to her. All the uncertainty surrounding her condition was gone and she was determined to take a positive path on her journey of living with Dementia.
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