From Olivier Laurent’s article for The Washington Post:

These photographs, which document the breakdown of a person, both in mind and body, have received the Bob and Diane Fund award, which encourages visual storytellers to produce stories about Alzheimer’s disease or dementia to raise awareness about these diseases. Organized by Gina Martin, the fund is named after her parents, who faced similar battles against Alzheimer’s. Previous winners include Jalal Shamsazaran, Stephen DiRado, Carole St. Onge and Maja Daniels among many others. “As a daughter of Alzheimer’s, I very much connected to Lori’s photo essay of her mother’s journey,” Martin said. “Lori captures the loss of her mother in a quiet, respectful and dignified way.”

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