Having lost her mother and maternal grandparents to the disease, she has studied and pictured care in memory clinics, homes, day programs and residential centers around the world.
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Seeing Alzheimer's Differently
The photographs depict people with Alzheimer's engaging with friends, loved ones, and caregivers; visiting art museums; singing and playing musical instruments; preparing meals, getting dressed for a day on the town; interacting with pets; or simply enjoying serene moments of contemplation.
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