Kevin Boothe, Delmar Assisted Living

Alzheimer’s Disease is something many never want to see a loved one deal with.

It’s heartbreaking to think that a mother or father, grandfather or grandmother could look at you and not know who you are. Would you be able to tell if your family member or friend was showing signs of Alzheimer’s? And, if a diagnosis came, would you be able to care for them? We sit down with Kevin Boothe, co-owner of Delmar Assisted Living to learn more about what that care would entail, and why taking on the duty could possibly be too much.