GrandPa Do You Know Who I Am tells five stories of children, ages 6-15, who are coping with grandfathers or grandmothers suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
|The Alzheimer's Project|
Last night as I was surfing HBO and ran across a rebroadcast of GrandPa Do You Know Who I Am.
I had forgotten how wonderful and how much impact this film had on me when I first watched it.
I am going to recommend that you watch it when you have the time.
I also believe you should share the link to this page to anyone in the Alzheimer's community that has children or grandchildren.
I strongly suggest you grab a box of Kleenex before you start watching.
Sometimes sad, this video delivers a powerful positive message to families and their children.
|Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading Room|
- The Last 25 Articles on the Alzheimer's Reading Room
- Alzheimer's Disease Statistics
- What is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Dementia and the Eight Types of Dementia
- Test Your Memory for Alzheimer's (5 Best Tests)
- Rewiring My Brain and Stepping into Alzheimer's World
- How Long Do You Want to Live?
- Alzheimer's, Speaking and Cognitive Function