You Video 85 – Living with Alzheimer’s – Rick Phelps – Documentary in the Works!

You Video 85 – Living with Alzheimer’s – Rick Phelps




Goro Toshima, one of our newest members who is interested in doing a documentary. He’s an award winning film maker for HBO, PBS, Sundance, to name a few. And where the proceeds will be going from our book sales….


Rick has been diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease  EOAD.  I will post these videos as I get them from Rick.  If you are interested in truly understanding what it is like to have Alzheimer’s or are caring for someone with the disease, I believe these video logs will change your life in a positive fashion.


If you or a loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s, Early Onset Alzheimer’s, or another Dementia related disease, or if you are an advocate, we invite you to join us. Memory People™ is a Facebook group founded by Rick Phelps, and created to bring real-time support to those touched by these diseases.

At Memory People™, you will find care and support in a comfortable and safe environment where patients, caregivers, and all involved come together to share our stories, support each other, and bring awareness to these diseases.

If you or a loved one has been touched by Alzheimer’s or a related disease, we encourage you to join us, at Memory People™.

2 Replies to “You Video 85 – Living with Alzheimer’s – Rick Phelps – Documentary in the Works!”

  1. It would be so great for such a talented person to do a documentary on Alzheimer’s. The disease has really changed my mom. She was such a powerhouse in her day and now she sits with a blank look staring sometimes. I talk to her but wonder what is going through he remind while she sits there. Is she remembering things from her past? Is she confused and anxious. It is difficult. We recently lost my dad to cancer and feel in a way we lost my mom as well. Her Alzheimer’s is worse now that dad isn’t around. My thoughts and prayers are with all folks suffering from the disease and their families. I can only hope with all the baby boomers that a cure is in the works or at lease something that will put it into some form of remission.

    1. Hi Annie

      Sorry to hear about your Dad. I lost mine to cancer too in 2001. Mom’s been struggle for 30 years with her memory loss and is in her end stages now. Yes, and I agree I would love to know what they are thinking!


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