A Fotonovela on dementia, Recuerdos Olvidados [Forgotten Memories], was developed by University of Southern California Alzheimer Disease Research Center in collaboration with USC’s School of Pharmacy. Each booklet includes both Spanish and English text. An audio-visual version is also available in Spanish and in English. The focus of the story is describing early signs of dementia and encouraging families to seek assessment and diagnosis.
Recuerdos Olvidados – Forgotten Memories Audio-visual links:
“Forgotten Memories” – Full Version
“Forgotten Memories” – Episode 1: ‘There’s Something Wrong with Memo’
“Forgotten Memories” – Episode 2: ‘Why is Memo Acting Strange?’
“Forgotten Memories” – Episode 3: ‘Memo Agrees to See a Doctor’
“Recuerdos Olvidados” – Full Version
“Recuerdos Olvidados” – 1er Episodio: ‘Hay Algo Mal Con Memo’
“Recuerdos Olvidados” – 2o Episodio: ‘¿Por Qué Memo Está Actuando Extraño?’
“Recuerdos Olvidados” – 3er Episodio: ‘Memo Acepta a Ver a un Médico’
Support for the project was provided by the USC School of Pharmacy, Forest Laboratories Inc., University of Southern California Good Neighbor Campaign, the National Association of Chain Drugstores, the Good Neighbor Pharmacy, Pfizer Inc., USC Dornsife College, and National Institute on Aging Grant No. P50 AG005142.