St. Louis (KSDK) - In the next 40 years, 682 million people worldwide will live with dementia, according to a World Alzheimer's Report issued Friday, and that's more than the population of North America.
September is World Alzheimer's Month, when experts consider the worldwide affect of the disease.
One goal of World Alzheimer's Month is to eliminate the stigma associated with dementia. That's the reason the Nicoletti family decided to share their personal story of living with Alzheimer's.
Click the video player above to watch Art Holliday's report.