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When Scott Kirschenbaum, who has long been an activist for elders, met Lee Gorewitz, something compelling happened. Kirschenbaum felt drawn to the still dynamic resident of Traditions Unit, a care facility for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Their meeting, combined with Kirschenbaum’s need to show the world what the life of one person who has Alzheimer’s is like, resulted in the PBS documentary “You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t.” 

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I searched about this as I was excited to know what exactly it is? Now, I am going to share what I find out about this kind of dementia. It is not different from dementia rather it is a type of dementia. Senile means aging.

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