En español | In warm weather, 81-year-old Libby Nye spends time with friends and family in New Hampshire, soaking up sun at the lake club. And during the winter months in Florida, she and husband Joe golf. While the adjustments they make to accommodate advancing Alzheimer's disease seem relatively small — "scoring is too confusing, so I'll play a few holes now and she putts," Joe says — the Nyes are on the edge of a revolution in how America handles dementia.
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