"Our journey"

About: Bunbury Hospital

(as the patient),

Finding out for sure what l feared - Alzheimer's. My mum has it and a number of my relatives. I have it too, I suspected as much. My wife has vascular dementia, so overall we began a positivity campaign. We involved our children and took the issues head on. Our future plan is a bit different than when we retired.

Dr Ramesh and the team did all they could to re-enforce this perception.

We are comforted that this group of caring people will take this journey to its inevitable end. Enjoy the ride

Future plans

Future plans


Response from Ceri Elliott, Clinical Nurse Manager, Bunbury Hospital, WACHS South West 2 years ago
Ceri Elliott
Clinical Nurse Manager, Bunbury Hospital,
WACHS South West
Submitted on 30/05/2018 at 14:28
Published on Care Opinion at 15:58

Dear ALZ

Thank you for your compliment regarding your experience with our staff following your recent diagnosis.

We very much appreciate your feedback and will continue to strive to ensure that we continue to care for people using this approach.

Kind regards

Ceri Elliott

A/Clinical Nurse Manager

Subacute Care Restorative Unit

Bunbury Hospital

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Update posted by ALZ (the patient)

I joined the McCusker Foundation Research Project about 2 years ago with a view to early detection, now The Alzheimers Research Foundation, and I may be eligible for clinical trials. As soon as you are aware or diagnosed, become active in helping in whatever way you can to benefit yourself and all other souls affected by this curse. Keep positive. I may be able to play a part in finding a cure, and so may you.

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