In Taiwan, there is a group of people that few people know. They are young people with dementia.
Have you ever thought that one day your memory suddenly declines, and the familiar people and things around you suddenly become unfamiliar? Patients at the peak of their lives are not only forced to leave the workplace when encountering this situation, but they even need to be taken care of by people around them. Apart from these negative influences, how can they and their families survive this predicament?
Through the stories of three young patients, this film tells the problems encountered by young people with dementia in Taiwan, including the lack of help from private organizations and the misunderstanding of the public.
Robert Tsai — Director General
Taiwan Comprehensive Program