Mom’s story of stroke, stroke of death makes it into new film
A new documentary about mom’s strokes and her battle with dementia has received mixed reviews.
The new movie, titled Mom’s Story, was released this week and tells the story of the mother of two who had to be hospitalized due to the severity of her stroke.
In the film, Mom, who suffers from a form of dementia called Alzheimer’s, is shown in an interview with a neurosurgeon who is researching the disease.
“This is what I did when I was a young woman,” Mom said.
“I worked as a nurse.”
Mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s while in her late 20s and suffered from severe tremors and aphasia.
She was diagnosed as having the most advanced form of the disease and has been in intensive care for the last six years.
“The truth of my illness is not about me,” Mom told The Guardian.
“It’s about the disease, and the way we treat it.”
While the docuseries tells the tale of her life in the years since she was hospitalized, it also explores the experiences of her daughter, Olivia, who is the subject of the documentary, as well as the mother’s relationship with her son, Zachary.
While Zachary and Olivia have been in and out of the hospital, Olivia has also undergone surgery, which has left her unable to speak.
Zachary, who also has Alzheimer’s disease, has also been battling with his own health issues.
While the documentary focuses on Olivia, it was also shown in January at the National Alzheimer’s Association’s annual conference, in which Olivia spoke about her experiences with Alzheimer, including her struggle with her father’s dementia.
“My life is about trying to figure out how I’m going to survive this illness,” Olivia said.
It’s important to note that the documentary is not entirely about Mom.
It tells the whole story of Olivia’s life, from her childhood to her death, and is narrated by Olivia herself.
Olivia has said that she would like to revisit the documentary as a way to honor the family, especially her daughter.
“For me, that was a great story to tell,” Olivia told The Huffington Post.
“She would have loved to see me back there, to be there.
She would have been so proud of me.”
Mom’s Stories will also tell the story about her daughter’s fight with dementia.
It was originally meant to be shown in November, but due to budget constraints, it’s now available on YouTube for free.