BILLINGS – Ned “Nardo” Cabrera of Billings was diagnosed with frontal temporal dementia in August 2016 at the age of 53. The disease will eventually take his ability to walk, communicate and remember.
The former Carroll College athletic trainer is one of 20,000 people living with Alzheimer’s or dementia in the state of Montana alone.
MTN Sports’ Brandon Sullivan shares his story and his journey to continue to live his life despite a difficult diagnosis.
He’ll be at this year’s annual Walk to End Alzheimers in Billings is on Sunday, Oct. 1 at ZooMontana.
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