Rosalynn Carter, Jimmy Carter’s wife has been diagnosed with dementia at 95, the Carter Center confirmed.

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The announcement comes three months after the former president of the United States entered hospice care at the age of 98. The announcement said that the ex-first lady “continues to live happily” with her husband, “enjoying spring in Plains and visits with loved ones.” Additional details about her condition were not made public.

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According to the center, the reason they chose to share this information was that it helped to “increase important conversations at kitchen tables and in doctor’s offices around the country.” During her time in the White House, Rosalynn made mental health advocacy her platform and formed a presidential commission on the matter. The commission is still active to this day.

Jason Carter, the Carters’ grandson, in an event, said, “She mounted a worldwide crusade to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and helped persuade the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control to include mental health on their agendas.”

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Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter founded the Carter Center in Georgia in 1982. Over the years, The Carter Center has established itself as a notable international humanitarian force, focusing on public health and human rights, among other things. The Carters are also well-known for their long history of working with Habitat for Humanity to build houses.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, people who suffer from Dementia often have trouble with memory, communication, attention, and judgement. They also face issues in visual perception beyond common age-related vision problems, and it can also be seen in Rosalynn’s case.