Chances are, you have a friend or relative caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. Not only are the numbers of new cases climbing, people are being diagnosed at younger ages than ever before.
With statistics that staggering, it’s only natural to find yourself watching a parent or loved one and wondering if perhaps they’re showing signs of having it.
If so, here are a few tips that may help you navigate through the first steps:
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The First Important Step…
Although still incurable, an early Alzheimer’s diagnosis might help to add a little more precious time with the loved one you remember as well as allow them more time to enjoy the life they love and cherish with family.
It’s also very important to note that not all cases are the same. There are many different forms of Alzheimer’s, each with its own unique symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. That is why getting a professional diagnosis is of the utmost importance.