Living with dementia: A harmonica for Ronnie'

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Living with dementia: A harmonica for Ronnie'

A rare insight into the final years of an Alzheimer's patient has been made public in the capital.

As part of a month long series of events raising awareness about the condition.

It's thought more than 70 thousands Londoners live with the illness. One of those was Ronnie Seymour.

He agreed for his son to document the last 5 years of his life, to help others understand what patients and their families can go through. 

The exhibition, 'Living with dementia: A harmonica for Ronnie' is on at the Andipa Gallery in Knightsbridge until the 8th of October.

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