Alzheimer’s—an irreversible, progressive disorder that causes a decline in mental function—usually develops slowly over time. Over the course of the disease, people with Alzheimer’s experience memory loss, dementia, speech and language problems, personality changes, other symptoms, and often require assistance with daily living.
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It’s a fact of life—every living thing ages. But what exactly is aging?
You want the best care for your loved one - here are some important questions to ask.