YirraKurl produces distinctly Australian Aboriginal art for commercial purposes and unique paintings for sale through YirraKurl online Gallery.
Represents the brain.
The double lines coming away from the brain represent the different ways people might act – others thinking they may have dementia but it could be not getting enough healthy foods, sad sickness, medications or infection.
Represents memories lost- tucked away in the corner. You can help keep these memories connected and alive. Remember – support and patience.
These circles represent the much needed support and patience that people living with dementia need – these can be: let them help you with everyday tasks, respect them, make them feel important and needed, don’t growl at them for making up stories. Help make connections with things that are familiar
Red dots represent the essential blood flow needed in the brain to be healthy. The lines represent the things that cause less blood flow like blood pressure, sugar sickness, high cholesterol, strokes and, heart problems, alcohol.
My bush tucker vine represents the healthy eating that is vital for people living with dementia.
Represents the support that people living with dementia need for family, friends and their community.
The circles around the brain represent our memories slowly coming away from the brain. You can help people to reflect on their fond memories by looking at old photos or yarning about the past.
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