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Morning North | Jul 12, 2013 | 8:59

Living with dementia

Linda Fontaine is the Public Education Coordinator with the Alzheimer's Society in Sudbury. She dropped by the studio to talk about dementia and explain what's going on when has to live with this progressive disease and how you can help them.

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