As a registered mental health nurse, Professor John Swinton, noted how worship practices stimulated dementia patients. Fascinated by this, his interest in understanding more about dementia grew. In his work as a chaplain some big questions and thoughts arose. "What does it mean to know God when you have forgotten who God is?" "He or she is no longer the person they used to be." "What I am is what I used to be." This podcast is an engrossing and thought-provoking insight into a disease that is well known to many.

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