Bride Brought Wedding To Alzheimer's Home So Her Mom Could Be There

1/25/2016
Location : Oak Village

By David Moye / The Huffington Post
Posted on January 25, 2016

"When Julia Napolitano's mom was unable to attend her wedding this past November, the bride brought the wedding reception to Mom.

Napolitano's mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in October 2009. Linda Napolitano, 66, no longer recognizes her family and has lost the ability to speak; she now lives in an assisted care facility in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.

But Julia, 30, an only child, wanted her mom to be part of her big day -- even if Linda herself wouldn't remember it..."

Read the full story here.

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