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Emma Heming Willis provides a peek at Bruce’s care, with assistance from a “trained” specialist.

After hearing that he has frontotemporal dementia, the actor’s wife has been giving him a lot of love.

Emma Heming Willis appears to be learning a lot about her spouse Bruce Willis‘ situation after he was identified with frontotemporal dementia.

The 44-year-old revealed on Tuesday that she visited with famous memory expert Teepa Snow to learn more about caring for her spouse.

“I’m thankful for the chance to collaborate with @teepasnows pac, who has helped me add to my memory care toolkit,” she wrote alongside a picture of Snow on Instagram.

Heming Willis, the “Die Hard” star’s father, lavished Snow with admiration and thanks in her message.

“She’s a caring, sensitive, and competent leader in this field who navigates with sensitivity. Heming Willis described Snow as “a blessing,” adding that she has “an abundance of caring knowledge.” “on her website.

Snow wrote a lovely note for Heming Willis in the post’s comments area.

“@emmahemingwillis has done an incredibly incredible job of providing the proper support for Bruce as his skills have altered and created a place, space, and life that continues to provide him with what he needs to live well,” says Willis “Snow penned a letter.

“Frontotemporal dementia is never simple, but with the proper training and assistance, it is entirely feasible to live a normal life. Congratulations to Emma and their complete family for their very hard work and devotion. It’s absolutely amazing!”

Snow, author of “Knowing the Shifting Brain: A Positive Strategy to Dementia Care,” earlier told TODAY.com about her dementia caring advice getting popular on TikTok.

“Very few people are talking about it out there,” Snow told TODAY.com. “People inquire, ‘How can I assist my mother in standing?'” And it’s like, ‘OK, let’s look at her skills and what you’re trying to do, and let’s find out how this could work.”

Willis, 67, was recently identified with frontotemporal dementia, according to a statement released by his family on Feb. 16.

“Since we revealed Bruce’s aphasia diagnosis in spring 2022, Bruce’s condition has worsened, and we now have a more precise diagnostic: frontotemporal dementia (also known as FTD),” the statement stated. “Unfortunately, speaking difficulties are only one sign of Bruce’s illness. While this is agonising, having a precise prognosis is a comfort.”

Frontotemporal dementia mainly affects the brain’s frontal and temporal regions. FTD, unlike Alzheimer’s disease, does not cause memory issues; instead, it affects how individuals conduct, engages with others, and communicate.

Other signs include a shift in demeanour, compulsive habits, trouble communicating or finding the correct phrase, difficulty writing and reading, and a lack of social consciousness, according to the University of California, San Francisco Health.

Scout Willis, the actor’s daughter, gave an update on how she is dealing with his illness.

“Feeling extremely exhausted and a little overcome, yet also very moved by the outpouring of love for my dad,” she added.

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