Marilyn Raichle wants to change the conversation about her mother and about Alzheimer’s.
By Bob DeMarco
+Alzheimer's Reading Room
|Source the Art of Alzheimer's|
"The conversations often begin with ‘she’s gone’, or ‘she’s an empty shell now’, or ‘how sad’. It is sad of course. But here’s the point Raichle is eager to make: Her mother Jean is still here.While watching video on the Internet viewers have the tendency to click out. I strongly suggest you watch this video to the end.
“So many people talk about their family members with Alzheimer’s and dementia in the past tense,” says Raichle."
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