Live chat: Your stories of living with Dementia

64-year-old Judy Hutton (second from left) says singing has helped her cope with Alzheimer's Disease. (Julie Ireton)

Tune in today, May 15th, as we continue our special, Diagnosis: Dementia. We're opening our phone lines and hoping to hear your stories.

What is it like for you to be living with dementia, or caring for someone you love who has dementia?

Do you have a story you'd like to share?

Our phone lines will be open while we're on the air today. You can reach us at 1-888-416-8333.

You can also join in our live discussion below, starting at 8 a.m. EST...

Our live chat and phone lines are now closed. Thank you for participating!

On Twitter? Use the hashtag for the program, #diagnosisdementia

Please be mindful of any personal information you include in order to protect the privacy of someone who has not consented to their name or identity being shared.

And, as always...

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