Forgetful Yet Unforgettable: The Legacy of an Alzheimer’s Patient

By February 26, 2019Commentary, In the News

Chelsea holding her father’s hand at a psychiatric hospital, days before he passed away with Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 61

In an interview with UCI undergraduate students, Chelsea Cox, Associate Director of Eduction for UCI MIND, shares her personal journey with Alzheimer’s disease, her perspective on care and research, and how people – young and old – can get involved in the cause.

“…No one should have to spend their final days that way. This experience is what motivated me to get involved in Alzheimer’s research and education. So that hopefully, one day, other people don’t have to go through what my family went through.” Read the full interview on Medium >