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Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative condition which dramatically interferes with a person’s daily functioning and personality.

The symptoms include memory loss, confusion, anxiety and poor judgement; as the disease progresses it leads to weight loss, seizures and loss of bladder and bowel control. Infections and respiratory dysfunctions are often the main cause of death.

To contrary of what many people think, dementia it is NOT an inevitable aspect of aging, it is a disease that affects mostly elderly people.

Yet, 1 out of 1000 people aged 40-65 develop Alzheimer’s disease. Early onset of the disease are usually hereditary but is ultimately the lifestyle which will trigger the incidence of the pathology.

Correct nutrition, daily exercise activity and an active social life are fundamental. And yet, in order to give the proper respect and dignity to the ill, there is nothing like a solid net of carers, family members and friends, ready to provide much needed patience, attention and LOVE.

Love, as I have learned from my dear friend Gemma, is the real bonding bridge which will allow to connect and communicate with the patient.

There will be difficult and painful moments, but in no ways the dignity of the sufferer and his family must be affected.

These pages are dedicated to whom is going through the daily struggles of the disease, and those around them, as to maintain the rightful quality of life, which every living person deserve.

These pages are inspired by an incredible man, Riccardo, who has fought the disease with the winsdom and strenght of a loving father, a joyful friend and an humanitarian teacher.

He thought us to not forget to smile, even through adversity, and to savour all the experiences that life has brought to us.

He has left us all a little bit stronger and ready to give this strenght and care to others too.

This is my contribution to all those with Alzheimer’s disease. You might forget it all, but we will not forget you.

Thank you Riccardo.