A light therapy in the city of Delhi has reportedly helped a man with dementia who can no longer see or communicate with his family.

The man has been unable to see or speak for some time due to dementia.

His family had been living with him for the past 10 years.

He was born in Delhi and had moved to the city in 1991 to start his education.

After completing the education course, he moved to a private institute in the southern part of the city.

When he started to suffer from dementia, his family began taking him to a facility to get his sight checked.

However, he was unable to communicate with them.

Doctors eventually came to know about the problem and found that he was able to communicate through light therapy.

The man’s family is now using light therapy at the institute.

Now, they have set up a home in the street outside their home.

This is a big step forward for the man who is unable to interact with his relatives, said Dr Sanjay Prakash, president of the Delhi Alzheimer Society.

There is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease and it takes many years for the disease to progress, he added.