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7-14-2011 @ 3:12PM
What an amazing person-- I'm so glad you featured him! I loved reading about how playing WoW keeps cognitive abilities sharper. My late grandmother had the disease and I wish she had been able to take on a hobby like this to keep her mind active.
7-14-2011 @ 4:11PM
I have 2 living Grandmothers with different, but Alzheimer's related, dementias. I don't think WoW would have been either of their 1st choices for an engaging cognitive activity, but the sentiment still holds. It's a sad, slow, inevitable (for now) slide, but I truly think it could have been better for both of them, had they something to keep the proverbial juices flowing.
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