Learn About Alzheimer’s Disease Firsthand from Caregivers: Video
What is it really like to care for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease? In this interview, we speak with Kim Plumridge, the producer of My Story of Alzheimer’s Disease, an award-winning short film where five diverse caregivers and a compassionate psychiatrist express the fear, heartbreak, and isolation that are part of caring for a loved one who suffers from a disease that is still so misunderstood by many people. Plumridge talks in detail about her experiences in caring for her mother, who was afflicted with Alzheimer’s, as well as the need for better education about the disease.
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