This film tells the story of Christine, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease last year, and her daughter Jennifer-Rose. The pair discuss the impact that a delayed diagnosis had on their lives, and how important it was for Christine to stay in work after the diagnosis.

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Getting diagnosed with dementia – Christine and Jennifer-Rose – early onset

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