Scott Mitchell is a 52 year old American Football (American) Player born on 2nd January, 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Scott warned: “Let’s not kid ourselves, and I’d be doing everyone a disservice if I didn’t talk about the realities of where this can end up, which can be people being totally bedridden, forgetting how to speak, forgetting how to swallow. He said: “I have seen a real progression. William Scott Mitchell was born on the 2nd January 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah USA, and is best known as being a retired professional American Football player, who played on the position of quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for such teams as the Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens. "The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. “My first thought was, ‘OK, we’re fortunate, what about people who don’t have that?’”, Speaking to Ross in the first part of the documentary last week, he admitted he “went numb” when they got the diagnosis, and Barbara whispered to him: “I’m so sorry.”. The cost is around £34.7billion a year, with two-thirds being paid, directly or indirectly, by people with dementia and their families. Scott says that living with ­Barbara’s Alzheimer’s has opened his eyes more to the plight of others around him. This service is provided on News Group Newspapers' Limited's Standard Terms and Conditions in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy. “They called to thank us and said they’ve joined forces with Alzheimer’s Research UK for the Dementia Revolution, which will be the charity partner for the 2019 London Marathon.”. Scott told him how he had noticed a “change in her personality” and that “her joy had started to go” before his wife’s life-changing diagnosis in April 2014. “The other thing is she has started to have falls more regularly. "I was about to sit her down, but she just collapsed in my arms with her eyes rolled back and her face slightly twisted. Its been a long time. “It will take away everything. He is her third husband. . He says he first noticed signs she was developing Alzheimer’s back in 2009 and she was then diagnosed in 2014. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here. Coincidentally, Barry Sanders had an off year, averaging only 94 yards per game. Scott dialled 999 and within 15 ­minutes, the paramedics had arrived and Barbara had started to regain consciousness. “She must ask me 100 times where are you living now and ‘what is it that you’re doing?’, “She recognises me, it’s just catching up with the new stuff.”. “There have been odd times when I’ve snapped a little, or maybe widened my eyes as I’m trying to compose myself, and Barbara knows straight away.