About Alzheimers

Alzheimer’s Disease Overview

Symptoms of Alzheimer’s, including early-onset Alzheimer’s, include problems with memory, judgment, and thinking. Memory loss and dementia will progress as the stages of Alzheimer’s advance. Symptoms can be treated with medication, but there is no cure.

Findings from this year’s Facts and Figures report show that very few people are prepared for the cost of caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia, which is one of the costliest-and most common- diseases affecting seniors. The full text of this year’s Facts and Figures report can be downloaded below.

2016 Alzheimer’s Fact SheetWorld-Alzheimers-Day

2016 Alzheimer’s Florida Report

To Learn More about Alzheimer’s:

National Institute on Aging

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