Grace for Dementia

Grace for Dementia

This trailer will introduce you to Grace for Dementia and the ideas for honoring God through it all.


May 8, 2022 26 min
Rasheeda Weekes is a Vegan Nutrition Transition Coach! Connect with her @Rootdvegan She shares her amazing story of how God opened her eyes to a new life and new start! Send messages to Grace For Dementia at
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Grace for Dementia would like to welcome the Founder and Executive Director of We Support Caregivers LaSheena McBride. She will explain her story on self-care and creative ways to incorporate self-care in your daily life.  We Support Caregivers offer self-care giveaways and resources. You can reach her on the following social media: @lasheenarmcbride on Instagram/Facebook and  @wesupportcaregivers on Instagram/Facebook. 
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February 19, 2022 1 min
Grace for Dementia is to share with the community on self-care for caretakers, tips, education, and resources in the community.
Music Credit: 01 Test Case by Ketsa and 10 Can't touch me by Ketsa
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