In November , Dr. A psychiatrist present at the lobotomy asked Rosemary to tell him stories and repeat the months of the year. The doctor kept scraping away brain tissue until Rosemary could no longer talk. Following the lobotomy, Rosemary could barely walk and knew only a few words. She would spend most of her life hidden away from the world and even her own family.
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Kennedy Sr. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy , as well as the sister-in-law of Jacqueline Kennedy. In her early young adult years, Kennedy experienced seizures and violent mood swings. In response to these issues, Kennedy's father arranged a prefrontal lobotomy for Kennedy in when she was 23 years of age. The procedure left Kennedy permanently incapacitated and rendering her unable to speak intelligibly. Kennedy spent most of the rest of her life being cared for at St. Coletta, an institution in Jefferson, Wisconsin.
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Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum will be closed to the public until further notice. More information. She was slower to crawl, slower to walk and to speak than her brothers, and she experienced learning difficulties when she reached school age. Despite her apparent intellectual disabilities, Rosemary participated in most family activities. In the diary she kept as a teenager she described people she met, dances and concerts she attended, and a visit to the Roosevelt White House. When her father was appointed US Ambassador to Britain in , Rosemary went to live in London and was presented at court along with her mother and sister Kathleen. The relatively new procedure, which at the time seemed to hold great promise, left Rosemary permanently incapacitated and unable to care for herself.
Joseph P. Kennedy and his wife Rosemary Kennedy pose with their nine children for this picture in at Bronxville. That was the start of investigating her life and all the events that happened around her. I had no great purpose. It was a kind of reflection on things. That repository included 10 orchestral pieces, about 20 or 30 other fragments of stuff. But I was not really sure what I was doing on any level.