When Peggy’s mother moved into her home at the age of 77 they settled in a nice life together. But it was at the age of 81, Peggy’s mother had a few serious minor strokes and shortly after they began noticing behavioral changes in her memory. Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Peggy didn’t want to just sit around while her mother suffered with the disease.
Watch as Peggy supports the research and funding that Alzheimer’s Research UK has been making for the over 820,000 individuals who live with Alzheimer’s in the UK by running over 29 marathons to help fund Alzheimer’s research. She hopes that their research will be as successful as cancer research has been in helping people survive.Whizzco