In Milwaukee, Karen has been unable to let go of the intense anger she feels about the poor care her mother received in nursing homes during her final stages of Alzheimer’s disease, before death. Meanwhile, Karen’s teenage son is already halfway through high school, and she grieves the 12 years she set some of his needs aside for her mother’s. Karen is now pushing her son hard to do well in school. He doesn’t yet hold the high value on education that she does. Karen wants to get through her grief and make up for lost time. She hopes that her participation in WRAP will help to eliminate the disease for her son’s generation.