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Thursday, November 1

When I Say, "I Have Alzheimer's," Please Don't Say, "Oh!"

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See Brian LeBlanc share the lively way he handles his friends and his Alzheimer's in ordinary conversations.





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  1. Thank you for this video Brian. It's inspiring and I appreciate you bringing more awareness and making a difference in lives. Wish you well.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this very interesting information, I did not realize that this disease can hit a p e Orson so young. I admire your coverage and determination. May God bless you.

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  3. I feel the same way. I took my early onset diagnosis very well and I am dealing with it very well.

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  4. I was diagnosed with early onset 9 years ago. I was 60. I am dealing with it very well too. Thanks for the video Brian. I can relate to everything you had to say.

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  5. The words Alzheimer's and dementia are stigmatizing but then we forget the person irrespective of all the fancy speeches and literature and conference rhetoric.

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  6. Thanks for the video. Good information and presented very well. I don't think I have Alz, so I'm speaking for those of us who don't. Your revelation that you have early onset Alz shocks (and scares )us. We need to process the information. So please be gracious if all we can say is, "Ohhh".

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  7. I can understand how "Oh..." would seem like a poor response. But suddenly finding out that someone has AD is startling, to say the least. What would you prefer that people say? How would you like people to respond?

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