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This Is What A Remarkable Caregiver Looks Like

In Inspiration on October 18, 2013 at 4:12 pm

 

My grandmother had Alzheimer’s and the disease stole so much of her. She was one of the most creative and kind people I have ever known and because of her influence my creativity was encouraged. Watching her deteriorate was heartbreaking.

This video of Naomi Feil and Gladys Wilson touched me in a profound way. I am not just using the word profound to get your attention, I am using it because it is the right word. As I watched this video I could feel the connection between these two women. It felt to me like Naomi’s spirit was communicating with Gladys’. It may sound weird but that is how it felt to me. I am in awe.

 

Watch the video and then read about Memory Bridge.

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