The movie "Still Alice" is the story of Dr. Alice Howland, a renowned linguistics professor at Columbia University, and her struggles to hang on to her sense of self as long as possible after a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Her three grown children must watch helplessly as their mother disappears with each passing day.
Saturday, February 21, 6 p.m., the film, starring Julianne Moore, is playing at the Crescent Theater, 208 Dauphin Street in Mobile. Tickets are $10 at the door or can be purchased online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1285466.
Peter Cowley from the Alabama-Florida Panhandle Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association and Jackie Woodward Barnett of Homecare Companions will be attending to provide a short question-and-answer time following the movie.
A display will be set up to provide information about resources, there will be registration opportunities for the inaugural Walk to End Alzheimer's and donations will be collected for the organization. See http://alz.org/ for more information about Alzheimer's disease. Barnett can be reached at 251-660-4000 or Jackie@homecarecompanions.net.
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