What Would Non-Verbal Alzheimer’s Patients Say If They Could?

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What if non-verbal Alzheimer’s patients could say what was really on their mind? And if caregivers could talk about their experience with their sick loved one, what would they say?

This clip from the film Inside My Being chronicles the ordeal of a mother and daughter dealing with Alzheimer’s from their individual points of view. The result is a touching, if realistic, piece about the struggles of each person touched by the disease.

See the deeply moving video below.

An Alzheimers diagnosis is heartbreaking and deeply frightening, hitting us with the realization that our minds are going to be affected and the inevitable outcome is death – because Alzheimer’s disease is ultimately deadly. Adding to the frustration is the fact that we don’t understand it and cannot cure it.

There is only one solution: research. Each new breakthrough with this disease brings us closer to prevention, treatment, and with patience and perseverance, a cure. Learn how you can help us accomplish this goal! Click here to help.

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