African Americans More Likely To Suffer From Alzheimer's
Description:Their relationship has changed, but not even Alzheimer’s can break the bond between this mother and daughter.
“That is my mom, she took good care of us, so now I want to make sure that I take good care of her,” said Hazel Utley.
From doing puzzles, to drinking water, to getting out of a chair, and even walking, Hazel Utley is her mother’s #1 caregiver. At times it has been stressful.(1:37)