LAST GOODBYE Author who shared dementia fight announces her own death

Jane Elizabeth Farrell: Author who shared dementia fight announces her own death

Author and advocate for those living with dementia, Jane Elizabeth Farrell, has sadly announced her own passing after bravely sharing her own personal struggle with the disease.

Farrell, known for her book “The Hello Girls,” had been a vocal and inspiring presence in the dementia community. She passed away on Friday, surrounded by loved ones at the age of 71.

In her final years, Farrell had become a passionate advocate for increasing awareness and understanding of dementia, drawing from her own experiences to shed light on the daily challenges faced by those living with the disease.

Her courage in speaking out about her own journey with dementia has been widely praised, as she sought to break down the stigma and misconceptions surrounding the condition.

In addition to her work as an author, Farrell also used her platform to raise funds for dementia research and support programs, leaving behind a lasting legacy of compassion and advocacy.

Her passing serves as a reminder of the importance of continuing the fight against dementia and supporting those who are affected by it. Farrell’s life and work will no doubt continue to inspire others to speak out and make a difference in the lives of those living with dementia.