Best Friends Approach to Dementia Care (Paperback) (Virginia Bell & David Troxel)

Best Friends Approach to Dementia Care (Paperback) (Virginia Bell & David Troxel)

Vanessa Bell, Virginia Woolf in a Deckchair, 1912. Vanessa Bell (née Stephen; 30 May 1879 – 7 April 1961),  English painter and interior designer,  member of the Bloomsbury group, and the sister of Virginia Woolf.

Virginia Woolf in a Deckchair, 1912 - Vanessa Bell (British, Bloomsbury Group

A couple of years ago, I discovered and widely shared the Best Friends (TM) Dementia Bill of Rights, which was created by Virginia Bell and David Troxel in the 1990s. Today seemed lik…

A couple of years ago, I discovered and widely shared the Best Friends (TM) Dementia Bill of Rights, which was created by Virginia Bell and David Troxel in the Today seemed lik…

Virginia Wollf at Charleston, painted by her sister Vanessa Bell.

Virginia Wollf at Charleston, painted by her sister - Vanessa Bell (British, Bloomsbury Group

VANESSA BELL THE ARTIST’S DAUGHTER (c. 1935-6)                                                                                                                                                     More

Imagem de leitura — Duncan Grant

Aging beautifully  :-)  Thoughtful blog post by Virginia Bell for Huff Post ~ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/virginia-bell/aging-gracefully_b_5567746.html    . . . .   ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/my-inner-%E1%83%A6-bohemian-ii/   . . . .  #bohemian  #myt

The Big Juicy Secret Nobody Ever Tells You About Aging

As you get older you will understand more and more that it's not about what you look like or what you own, it's all about the person you've become. ~So true!

Self-portrait by Vanessa Bell, circa 1915.  Collection of Yale Center for British Art

Vanessa Bell (British, 1879 - Self-portrait, circa Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut.

VIRGINIA HADLEY, rodeo trick rider, for Blue Bell Wrangler jeans

VIRGINIA HADLEY, rodeo trick rider, for Blue Bell Wrangler jeans

Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) by Vanessa Bell  "The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages." Virginia Woolf

The Many (Portrait) Faces of Virginia Woolf

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