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Living a happy and healthy life at home with dementia diagnosis

Louise Thrower
Updated February 1 2024 - 1:08pm, first published 1:00pm
Anne and Doug Craig say living at home with Parkinsons Disease and dementia is entirely possible. However they're encouraging others to take advantage of a new respite facility. Picture by Louise Thrower.
Anne and Doug Craig say living at home with Parkinsons Disease and dementia is entirely possible. However they're encouraging others to take advantage of a new respite facility. Picture by Louise Thrower.

The first sign of Parkinson's Disease came when Doug Craig noticed his hand shaking as he was driving one day.

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Louise Thrower

Louise Thrower

Senior journalist

If you have a story to tell, drop me a line at louise.thrower@austcommunitymedia.com.au or call 0418 229 678.