What could it mean no have memory of our lives? Not recognize a familiar faces that we have seen change over the years? We do not ever know. This is one of the most symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. The progressive loss of memory is the first alarm bell. In this series of images Rosa and Luigi affected by Alzheimer's disease at an advanced stage, through a non-pharmacological therapy are encouraged to memory and attention, exploration, manipulation and interaction with a multisensory room.
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