February 11th, 2015
Episode 131 of 1279 episodes
Linda Sinclair and her husband Paul share their experience of living with Alzheimer's following Linda's diagnosis with Today's John Humphrys. John also hears from Professor June Andrews, director of the dementia services development centre at Stirling University, who's written a book a "One-Stop Guide" based on practical advice to help those living with the condition, as well as those who care for them. Mr Sinclair begins by describing his thoughts when he first noticed a change in his wife's behaviour.
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