So says Dwayne J. Clark in his new book, "My Mother, My Son". Clark is the founder and CEO of Aegis Living, a
progressive company that runs assisted living communities. His mother, Mary Colleen Callahan Clark, was diagnosed with both Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. "Several years into her decline, in a sad irony, my mother became a resident in one of the assisted living communities run by the company I had founded. The mother, the person who had pushed me so hard to achieve worldly success, was now living in the very business I had started as a fulfillment of our shared dream," Clark explains. "In describing her ten-year-long odyssey with Alzheimer's and interweaving it with the stories and lessons that made up the whole of her life, and mine, too, I hope others will take away lessons in how to 'do' this passage and to find one's way - in spite of the challenges."
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