We Can All Learn Something From The Way These Children Interact With Dementia Patients

A new film series on LivingWithAlz.org is exploring the way families persevere in the face of Alzheimer’s disease with four touching new documentaries.

The film series is bringing “the hard-won insight of experienced Alzheimer’s families to those newly confronted by the sting of diagnosis” by capturing the Alzheimer’s experience from four unique angles.

The following clip is from one of the series’ four films, titled “My Little Friends,” which explores a one-of-a-kind daycare program in New York that brings together young children and elders with dementia.

Though these two groups may seem vastly unalike, the connections they form are heartwarming and serve as a good reminder of how much can be communicated without words.

Watch the heartwarming video below!

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