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Read the Carter family’s statement regarding Rosalynn Carter’s dementia diagnosis.

According to a recent announcement by the Carter Center, 95-year-old Rosalynn Carter, the former First Lady of the United States, has dementia.

The former first lady Rosalynn Carter suffers from dementia, according to a statement released by the Carter family from their home outside of Atlanta, Georgia.

She continues to take advantage of Plains’ springtime by visiting her loved ones and taking pleasure in her happy home life with her husband.

According to the report, Carter has devoted a significant portion of her life to this cause and is the nation’s top mental health advocate. At the Georgia Governor’s Mansion, the White House, and finally The Carter Center, she advocated for increased access to care and a reduction in the stigma attached to mental health disorders”.

Dementia, a condition that affects general mental health, affects one in ten older Americans, according to the statement.

The country’s dementia diagnoses and the stigma associated with them were given a more thorough overview”.

“We recognize, as she did more than 50 years ago, that stigma frequently creates a barrier for individuals and their families to accessing critical care. We hope that by sharing our family’s news, we can inspire deeper dialogues across the country at dinner tables and in waiting rooms for doctor’s appointments”.

The announcement was concluded with a statement about the former First Lady’s work in the area: “As the founder of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers, Mrs. Carter often noted that there are only four types of people in this world: those who have been caregivers, those who are caregivers now, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers”.

“Our family is experiencing the joy and challenges of this journey, and it is evident that giving care is a universal task. We kindly ask for your understanding on behalf of our family and everyone else providing care across the country as we do not intend to make any further comments”.

Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn have been partners for 77 years. Jimmy Carter served as president from 1977 to 1981. They had four children: Jack, 75, James, 72, Donnel, 70, and Amy, 55; 22 grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.

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According to the Carter Center, the 98-year-old former governor of Georgia entered hospice care more than three months before the announcement.

In a press release from February, it was stated that the former U.S. Today, S. President Jimmy Carter made the decision to forgo further medical care in favor of spending his remaining days at home with his loved ones”.

His family and the medical staff are incredibly supportive of him. The Carter family is moved by the concern displayed by his ardent supporters and requests privacy at this time”.