When my father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, it changed my life.
The disease took my grandmother's life nearly 20 years ago and seeing it come back around to restart with my father was devastating.
When my grandmother passed away, she couldn't remember my name and needed daily care as her brain changed her ability to swallow, control her bladder, and balance her steps. Thinking of that happening to my father - who had always been a rock for my family - was devastating.
He taught me to be an optimist and I wanted to help.
New research has emerged in the last 20 years since my grandmother passed away so my optimistic efforts started there...
You can hear the RememBar Story on the willGather Podcast. Links below.
Cheers to better brains, better lives.