I recently participated in a Virtual Tour at a local ALZ office which was amazing! My husband was diagnosed 4 yrs ago at age 59 and I have been reading and researching plus he joined a clinical trial in Nashville and when we decided it was time to move back to TX they would not transfer him and the result to anyone in TX so he could continue. There were 2-3 places available in TX so this is all about the drug company and not the participant. I believe the Virtual Tour should be taken to large corporations and other facilities to show people the actual effect of
Alzheimer's and what the person is going thru on a day to day basis. It has helped me to be more patient and not get so frustrated with him.