John Suzuki is not a professional caregiver. Rather, he’s a regular guy who found himself as a caregiver when his mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. John is the author of a new incredible book on the true story about the concentration camps in America during World War II, and the JAPANESE men who volunteered to fight for the U.S. Army while their families were still imprisoned by the U.S. Army, but John was not invited to talk about his book. Instead, I asked John to share his experiences with you as a someone who had the responsibility of caregiving thrust upon him when his mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and the heartbreaking lessons he learned as he saw his mom’s light fade every day until she finally passed away.
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