Geri Taylor visits the Riverwalk in Jupiter in 2015. After being diagnosed with the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, she and her husband decided to plunge ahead with their lives.
Geri Taylor visits the Riverwalk in Jupiter in 2015. After being diagnosed with the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, she and her husband decided to plunge ahead with their lives. MICHAEL KIRBY SMITH The New York Times
Geri Taylor visits the Riverwalk in Jupiter in 2015. After being diagnosed with the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, she and her husband decided to plunge ahead with their lives. MICHAEL KIRBY SMITH The New York Times

They invited a witness for Alzheimer’s journey. And here is what he saw.

May 10, 2016 10:09 AM

UPDATED May 10, 2016 10:21 AM

More Videos

36 questions that lead to love (again) 5:01

36 questions that lead to love (again)

James Johnson after Heat’s win over Wizards 1:44

James Johnson after Heat’s win over Wizards

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams 2:06

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams

Miami High OL Dontae Lucas enjoys a playoff victory 2:15

Miami High OL Dontae Lucas enjoys a playoff victory

Spoelstra after Heat’s win over Wizards 2:25

Spoelstra after Heat’s win over Wizards

DealBook Conference: AT&T, Uber and President Cuban? 1:46

DealBook Conference: AT&T, Uber and President Cuban?

Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez 1:31

Public swearing-in ceremony for new Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez

Watch how much packaged marijuana Merced County deputies uncovered 1:19

Watch how much packaged marijuana Merced County deputies uncovered

Future uncertain for Guantánamo detainees’ art 1:29

Future uncertain for Guantánamo detainees’ art

Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists 2:44

Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists

  • Marc Buoniconti signs copies of his book at Columbus High School

    Marc Buoniconti, who was paralyzed from the shoulders down in a football accident 32 years ago, spoke and signed copies on his new book at his alma mater, Christopher Columbus High.​