AutoNews- She is a television icon winner of Logie Gold who retired from public life after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2009. And Jeanne's Katie Little has lifted the lid Revealed that her 79-year-old mother no longer recognizes her loved ones or her surroundings. "The only blessing is that she does not know what's going on," Katie told The Seven Show on Channel Seven on Friday. At the Mike Walsh show and touring a woman tribute to Marlene Dietrich, Jeanne was a regular discussion panel discussion of beauty and the beast until the mid 2000s. After retiring from the spotlight, in 2011 it was confirmed that The Multi-Logie winner had been suffering. Speaking to hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies, Katie, an advocate of dementia awareness, told them that her mother was being cared for in a nursing home. "Okay, the only blessing is She does not know what's going on, so she just lies there a lot now and sort of drifting in and out of the dream," Katie said of Jeanne's battle eight years ago. "I think , God is such a horrible disease, Go on and on and on and on and on, Gosh this will continue for years and years & Katie, who appeared on the show with her son and Jeanne's grandson, Tom, said the hosts had left the mark on the family of the TV icon. Jeanne's husband, Barry Little, now lived in the same asylum and could see her daily. "Dementia not only affects the person who has it, but also has such a big impact each one in their life and the whole family and "Barry told nine stories in 2014 his" life ended "when she was diagnosed, but she still exists in her. Horrible to see someone so vital and alive go from that to sit in a chair all day and the need to be washed and c "Yes," said Barry. But she's still so beautiful. There is no line in his face.
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