By Bob DeMarco
+Alzheimer's Reading Room
Near the beginning when I would try to explain to Dotty that see was living with dementia one of three things would happen.
She would get angry and say mean things to me, she would cry, or she would go into her bedroom and refuse to come out for hours.
Can you actually convince someone suffering from Alzheimer's disease that they need help? Is it possible to do?
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