They used to call themselves I Forget until a few forgot the name, they quickly scrapped it for the Wild Bunch.
Alzheimer's Reading Room
|The self-named Wild Bunch of Alzheimer’s disease patients and their caregivers |
share a meal together last month at a Lake Oswego home.
This is definitely the wave of the future. The nearby future.
Alzheimer's patients and Alzheimer's caregivers coming out of their caves and getting together on a regular basis.
There is an increasing understanding that we, the Alzheimer's Community, are going to have to care for each other. Five years from now this will be a common occurence.
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Original content Bob DeMarco, the Alzheimer's Reading Room