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In My Mothers Eyes

In My Mother’s Eyes

Tom’s mother was diagnosed with dementia in 1992.

To celebrate the amazing woman she was while honoring her struggle with the disease that claimed her memory, Tom made a touching video tribute all caregivers will appreciate.

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