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After announcing an accurate diagnosis of the disease: Bruce Willis in a rare video from Disneyland | Israel Hayom


Highlights: Mabel, 9, has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia. The condition is a form of dementia that affects the brain's ability to process information. Mabel's condition is expected to improve as she gets older, but she is still in the early stages of the disease. For more information on the condition, go to:

As the actor continues his health struggle, his wife shared a heartwarming glimpse into a magical family trip • Willis has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia that impairs his ability to communicate

Actor Bruce Willis has disappeared from the spotlight as he battles a dementia disease that impairs his ability to communicate. This past weekend, his wife Emma shared a heartwarming glimpse into a family outing at Disneyland, where Willis can be seen smiling and happy.

Just four months ago, the family revealed that the actor had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and now Emma and Bruce can be seen in the video with their daughters, Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, 9, driving through the popular Mount Splash facility. "You better be careful," Bruce says in the video, placing his arm around his young daughter to protect her as she rides the ride.

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The famous Splash Mountain facility closed on May 31 and will be transformed into another facility that won't open until next year. It's unclear when the family video was filmed at Disneyland, but since the post also includes photos from Evelyn's ninth birthday last month, it appears that the family outing has been taking place in recent weeks.

In March 2022, Bruce's family announced that the actor was battling aphasia, which "affects his cognitive abilities." They added that the star would be walking away from his acting career. Last February, they updated that Bruce had received a more specific diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia, which can cause communication difficulties.

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Source: israelhayom

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