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  • Empathy Without Boundaries

    By Judith Graham, The New York Times Jean McFee Raichle, 94, is a remarkably cheerful woman. She lives in an assisted living center in Seattle staffed by aides who are warm and nurturing. She exists in the moment, mostly untroubled by her Alzheimer’s disease. Only once in the past several years has her...
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  • Wisdom and/or Dementia: Is This the Choice American Society Is Mired In? (2014)

    Abstract: Using the socially-constructed binary between wisdom and cognitive impairment as its case study, this essay tries to break this binary, first by describing and contextualizing the situation of the author’s mother in her 90s. Dangers to American well-being in general include failures of medical...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: brendah
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