How To Join Forget Me Not




We have a brand NEW website dedicated to not only explain what Forget Me Not is all about but also explains how to join our group. We are a secret Facebook group with the strictest security to ensure what you share is held in complete confidence. 


We have two ways to access this website:


forgetmenot.support
or

forgetmenotsignup.com

either way will get you to our group and allow you to become part of our Forget Me Not family.




Forget Me Not Alzheimer's Dementia

Forget Me Not - Alzheimer's Dementia is designed so we have a place to go and share the love and support we need so badly. I wanted a place where we can walk hand in hand during our walk down this path of Alzheimer’s.

A place where we can get to know and understand what it is like living with dementia. In order to really understand Alzheimer’s and the patient suffering from dementia you need to know and understand the person. Everyone is different and there is no cookie cutter for describing someone living with dementia.

Once you learn what is inside a person, you begin to understand why they do the things they do. We don’t open our eyes in the morning and are agitated; something in our environment makes us agitated. Getting to know the person helps us understand what is causing the agitation.

My goal is to help all of us learn ways to make this road of dementia easier for us



Forget Me Not Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy body dementia, the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer's disease, causes a progressive decline in mental abilities.

It may also cause visual hallucinations, which generally take the form of objects, people or animals that aren't there. This can lead to unusual behavior such as having conversations with deceased loved ones.

This group was formed to give people living with Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) a place to share their stories and offer support to each other.



Forget Me Not Vascular Dementia

Vascular dementia is widely considered the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer's disease, accounting for 10 percent of cases. Many experts believe that vascular dementia remains under-diagnosed — like Alzheimer's disease — even though it's recognized as common.



Forget Me Not Frontotemporal Dementia

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a group of related conditions resulting from the progressive degeneration of the temporal and frontal lobes of the brain. These areas of the brain play a significant role in decision-making, behavioral control, emotion and language.





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is beyond our wildest dreams. We are so happy to have the first SPANISH support site. This site is a closed group & in Spanish, but there is a translation button for anyone that would like to join.



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