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  • Washington Capital's T.J. Oshie holds the Stanley Cup above his head with tears in his eyes.
    Caps' TJ Oshie Shares Cup With Father Who Has Alzheimer's

    In an emotional interview following the Caps' Stanley Cup victory, T.J. Oshie said the win was for his father who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

    "T.J. Oshie found his father on the ice amid the jubilant madness of the Washington Capitals' postgame celebration and wrapped him in a fierce hug. Five years after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, Tim Oshie's memory is inconsistent and cloudy. Anyone who saw the depth of emotion in his Stanley Cup-winning son's eyes Thursday night will never forget it."

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    Kaiser health news discussion on living well with dementia

    Please join Kaiser Health News on Tuesday, Feb. 13, from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. ET for an informative and important discussion about improving care and services for people with dementia and supporting their caregivers.

  • A photograph album shows Sarah Harris and her husband, Ernie, on their wedding day
    Promise you’ll never put me in a nursing home

    Heres is an article from the Washington Post about the decision to place family members with Alzheimer's disease in nursing homes with interviews from local families

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