60% Doubt Dementia Is A Medical Condition
A broad international survey suggests that too many people - including doctors - mistake dementia for natural aging and forgetfulness. But it's a deadly progression, leading to isolation, self-neglect, and even forgetting how to breathe.
We must take it seriously
As Alzheimer's Progresses, Care Is More Difficult
Alzheimer's disease is relentless. As time passes, people who are affected become more confused and less self-sufficient. To keep loved ones safe, caregivers spend more and more time with patients. This is hard for caregivers with other responsibilities, like jobs and kids. It's hard on patients too, who can become more isolated and lonely.
Providing extra care and interesting programs for Alzheimer's patients helps both them and their caregivers.Learn How »