Too Soon To Forget, a New Documentary on Younger Onset Dementia

Living with Alzheimer’s disease is a challenge, changing life for both the person with dementia  and their family. But what if someone is diagnosed their early 60s, 50s, or even as young as in their 30s? Too Soon to Forget, produced by the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center, a Dementia Friendly America and Dementia Friends USA partner, is now available on DVD.  By sharing the stories of nine families living with dementia, the producers hope to begin a national conversation that encourages awareness, understanding and acceptance of dementia, younger onset dementia—and ways communities can support can make life better for individuals living with dementia. More information is available on the Too Soon to Forget documentary website. For questions about the film, contact Susan Frick of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center at susan_frick@rush.edu.