I watched the video below for the first time a couple of years ago.
I found it really moving and touching.
I think the video shows Alzheimer's is real, and it is real to family caregivers that have to deal with the disease. It seemed to me that the video put a face on Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
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By Banker White
"My mother, Pam White, has had a full life. In her 67 years, she has raised three happy children, enjoyed a rewarding career as a social worker and been a devoted partner to my father, Ed. But, as she puts it, “There’s just one little glitch.” In 2009, at age 61, she was told she had early-onset Alzheimer’s disease."
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