Ten years ago, a noted neurologist told Richard Taylor, "You have dementia, probably of the Alzheimer's type."
Six years ago, he discovered that thinking, speaking, and writing about what it was like for him to live with this condition had quite unexpectedly brought him a new sense of purpose to his life.
Today, he speaks and writes of his experiences living with Alzheimer's from the inside out for two important reasons.
Many of you are familiar with Richard Taylor. Listen to his words.
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Original content Bob DeMarco, the Alzheimer's Reading Room