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In care facility, alone with coronavirus — and Holocaust memories

“That’s not snow. Those are ashes. We must be near a crematorium.” — Charlotte “Lotty” Stark Stark-Hailpern’s mother Lotty Stark, 96, has severe dementia haunted by memories of the Holocaust. As the present dissolves, the nightmare she barely escaped survives. Dementia can be painful for adult children hoping for the slightest sign of recognition — […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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