"My Name is Lisa" is a short film about a 13 year old girl dealing with her mother's Alzheimer's Disease.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
If you watch and then think about this video you will experience a long list of conflicting and competing emotions.
I would like to see a group of Alzheimer's caregivers discuss what they saw and what they felt.
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