Reviews for My Story of Alzheimer’s Disease

Please read how our heartfelt film has resonated with family caregivers, educators, social workers and others.

My Story of Alzheimer’s Disease is a labor of love that will resonate with caregivers of persons living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. Ms. Plumridge has created a true short documentary of how this disease affects not just the person with the diagnosis, but the caregivers as well.

Marcia​ Henne
Program Manager, MAP
CaringKind, the Heart of Alzheimer’s Caregiving

This short documentary was very powerful. As I watched, I could relate to the various caregivers. This film made me realize I am not alone in my struggle to care for my mother who suffers from the beginning stages of dementia. It is a must see!

Latrice Curry
Co-chair of the United Federation of Teachers Women’s Rights Committee

This film is a much-needed wake-up call to the importance of compassion, love, and support for the victims of Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. The heartfelt stories illuminate the heavy emotional toll of caring for a loved one with this disease, difficult realities rarely glimpsed outside of clinical settings. The challenges of this disease are endless, and are often faced alone. As a social worker, I found the film touching, informative, and insightful – A must watch for anyone seeking ways to understand the burden and lend a helping hand.

Michael Prince

My Story of Alzheimer’s Disease is a beautiful film that truly captures each caregiver’s unique and heartfelt story. I was especially moved by Dr. Virmani’s Story. How wonderful to see a medical professional so moved by his experiences in treating his patients and considering their families/caretakers. Poignant and Powerful.

Meghan Duffy, Ph.D.

There are so many people out there who have gone through similar challenges who will find solace in this beautiful film’s intimacy and conversational style.

C. Rich

What an empathetic narrative. I was moved by the gentle crescendo of compassionate spirit toward the end. You project a voice of experience with the real human cost of Alzheimer’s that is genuine, beneficent, and ultimately uplifting.

Professor Emeritus (Cognitive Neuroscience), Department of Liberal Studies, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology

This is a sacred film. I am watching it with my family, and we all want to thank you. We are going through this now, and watching this is helping us and healing us.