Via a multi-sensory experience, loved ones and caregivers grasp what life is like for those struggling with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.

Sirens, children’s squeals and muttering voices fill the air. Flustered, Dave Legnosky fumbles to find and don a shirt. But his hands fail him, and the fabric edges escape his grasp as he struggles to remember his to-do list for the day.

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