My mother Dorothy DeMarco is 94 years old. She suffers from Alzheimer's disease. She was officially diagnosed in 2004. My name is Bob DeMarco. I am Dotty's son and a full time Alzheimer's caregiver. Dotty and I live our lives one day at a time.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
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The goal of the typical Alzheimer's caregiver is to live the highest quality of life as possible along with their Alzheimer's patient. We strive to do this each and every day. We do it one day at a time.
As you will see in this short movie Dotty is now as sweet as a Georgia peach.
Your comments are welcomed.
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