Blogs written by a person living with young onset

Listen to us is a blog by Martin who lives in Scotland.  He is living with Posterior Cortical Atrophy and writes about his daily life and awareness raising activities. 

Gail was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's disease in February 2019, she writes a regular blog Too Young For Dementia? about her life and experiences. 

Wise Words Lost for Words is a blog written by Valerie Blumenthal who was diagnosed with PCA Alzheimer's disease in her early 60s. 

Howard was diagnosed in March 2017 at the age of 54.  He writes a blog, When The Fog Lifts about his experience of living with dementia. 

Ken Clasper is in his 60s and has lived with young onset dementia with Lewy bodies since his mid-50s.  He writes a regular blog Living well with Lewy Body dementia.

Suddenly Mad is a blog written by a lady born in New York who writes a blog about her experiences living with young onset Alzheimer's disease. 

Things that go bump in the day is a blog written by Wayne Eaton, who was diagnosed with diagnosed in January 2016 at the age of 60 with mixed dementia, He writes about young onset dementia and his adventures living with the condition. 

While I Still Can is a blog written by Rick Phelps.  Rick was diagnosed in 2010 with young onset Alzheimer's disease at the age of 57 and is now an advocate for dementia awareness and is keen to share how condition affects his and his families lives.

Chris Roberts is in his early 50s and has been diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's disease.  He writes a blog called Dementia Survivor

Listen to us is a blog written by Martin Robertson who is lives in Scotland and has Posterior Cortical Atrophy. 

George Rook is in his early 60s and is living with mixed dementia.  He is a dementia activist and writes a blog called Living with dementia as well as I can

Early Onset Atypical Alzheimer's Disease is a website and blog written by American John Sandblom. He has young onset Alzheimer's disease and was diagnosed at 48. 

Kate Swaffer was diagnosed with young onset frontotemporal dementia when she was 49.  She is married and has two sons and lives in Australia.  Her blog is titled Creating life with words: Inspiration, love and truth 

Truthful Kindness is a blog written by a 61 year old married woman about her experience of living with dementia with Lewy Bodies. 

Australian John Quinn was diagnosed with familial young onset Alzheimer's disease at the age of 59 in 2010.  He writes a website, I am living well with dementia about his life with the condition. 

Wendy was diagnosed with young onset Alzheimer's disease in July 2014 at the age of 58.  She started writing a blog about her experiences called Which me am I today? and has subsequently written a best-selling book, Somebody I used to know.

If you can recommend any other blogs specifically about young onset dementia, please do email us the details so we can add them to our listing.

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