Maria Shriver is best known for her political family. She is a wife, mother, author and filmmaker, but she is also an enduring activist for a devastating and often silent killer: Alzheimer’s disease. Her experience caring for her father has taught her all too well about the struggles associated with the illness—the emotional costs, the stigma, the bills.
She sat down with My Generation’s Lauren Rogers to share her very personal story of caregiving.
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