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Senior Health: Advice For Early Onset Alzheimer’s Caregivers with Pat Moffet

Whether you have a loved one or you are a caregiver for people on the early onset of Alzheimer’s, this episode is for you.

Meet Pat Moffet

Pat Moffett married the love of his life Carmen in 1976 and moved to Great Neck Long Island where they raised their five children together. In 1998, Pat was recognized as Long Island’s International Executive of the Year. That same year, Carmen was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s. After years of struggling with the disease, Carmen was finally admitted to a nursing home. It was then that Pat decided to write a book based on his and Carmen’s love story and its tragic turn after she was diagnosed, the internationally acclaimed ICE CREAM IN THE CUPBOARD. 

After Carmen’s death in 2010, Pat continued to work with the Alzheimer’s Association and Carmen’s doctor, Gisele Wolf-Klein, raising awareness and providing support for the caregivers and loved ones of Early Onset Alzheimer’s victims. In 2012 he received the “Tikkun Olam (Translation: Repairer of Lives) Award” from the Sid Jacobson J.C.C.  In 2014 he was recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association as “Humanitarian of the Year”. Pat’s dream is to honor Carmen and to provide hope and comfort to as many people as possible who have been affected by Alzheimer’s. He is confident that bringing his book to the big screen will help even more families understand this devastating illness. The Feature Film ICE CREAM IN THE CUPBOARD is directed by Drew Pollins.