Black Women Are Suffering From Alzheimer’s Disease And Nobodys Talking About It

My grandmother had a morning practice: Shed wake up around 6 the. m.; have some variation of coffee, veggies and sausage for breakfast; and then view the Channel 4 news. Later on, she’d drive to the gas station for a couple scratch-off tickets and to pick the girl lottery numbers. Shed always take those service road because she has been afraid to drive the Dallas, Tx, freeways.

When I was in the late teens, I received the call from her in a condition of panic. She was uncertain where she was and understood nothing except that shed left in a parking lot. We had been somehow able to get her house, but my family and I began to watch her