Category Archives: Alzheimers disease

A fatal brain wasting disease with Age being a huge factor.

DEMENTIA it’s a tough future to accept.

DEMENTIA- it’s a tough future to accept. Having the onset of memory loss is difficult to cope with and manage, even for those of you who have a huge bank of resources. The changes that take place, not only within the person who is affected but also the changes the family unit has to endure, […]

New Article written and published.

Jane Cooper wrote this article for her friend who run the website for the spirit guides. Many people she comes into contact with have asked, ” How do you have so much knowledge?” Well for Jane the author of the Reg Series and who has a clear understanding of what happens when someone you care about […]

Dealing with Alzheimer’s takes more than hot chocolate.

Of course it is good news that an Italian University has discovered the benefits to the memory of drinking hot chocolate, but that’s not going to help people with Alzheimer’s disease.  What can help, though, is a series of four small books written by Jane Cooper, who has first-hand experience of the trials and tribulations […]

Cellulitis Signs & Symptoms

The typical symptoms of cellulitis is an area on the body which is red, hot, and painful. You would notice and identyfy this as an area that is very angry and when you place the back of your hand nearby to the affected area, you would be able to feel heat. Reg had cellulitis this is […]

A shocking discrace – Fears

The article released today is a sad case of the affairs that this country has allowed to happen. Our older generation need our support, lets face it some of these individuals were in a world war. They have experienced everything being taken away from them is this really the treatment they deserve? It would come as no surprise […]

Regression of the Evolved Generation

Regression of the Evolved Generation A courageous, inspiring true story of a parent diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Reg.  This book is about one man’s experience of late onset Alzheimer’s, the impact on his family and the failure of social services to do much to help. It is a family saga seen through the eyes of a […]

My Biography Jane Cooper

Jane Cooper was born in 1965 and lived with her parents, Margaret and Reg, in a semi-detached Essex home. Jane went to Graham James Primary and Junior School and then on to College to study languages, art, pure and applied mathematics. She was not keen on sport at school until they introduced dance, at which […]

Early diagnosis is crucial

I know how difficult it can be to accept, when you can see there is clearly something amiss with mum or dad or grandparents in terms of their memory. As we gradually become the parents and watch them enter into older age and become more confused and agitated, it becomes difficult to know what to […]