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The Son Takes Pictures Of His Elderly Mother Suffering From Dementia. Photoshoots Help Her Fight The Disease

Tony Luciani’s mother devoted her whole life to raising her son. So now he is a nice person and a talented photographer.

When the woman got old, her loving son took her into his house to take care of her day and night.

Doctors diagnosed Tony Luciani’s mother with dementia, which means a persistent decline of her cognitive activity with the loss of previously acquired knowledge and skills. Most often this disease affect the elderly.

The man understood that it was very hard for his mother to accept her illness. The photographer decided to include her in his art so the elderly woman would feel needed and engaged in something.

The man immediately noticed how his mother started to look alive when she began to take part in the photo sessions.

“I noticed how lively she felt during photoshooting. Little by little the youth of her soul and her eccentricity are shining through the disease” – the photographer shares.

Luciani hopes very much that with his works he will be able to draw attention to the people suffering from dementia. One can live and find moments of joy with this disease, the main thing is to have a caring family near you.

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