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Early detection of Alzheimer's or other dementia offers significant benefits for the person diagnosed and their loved ones. If you or your family notice changes, it could be Alzheimer's or MCI (mild cognitive impairment). Trust yourself, talk to a loved one and see a doctor together.
Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer's. If you notice any one of these signs in yourself or a loved one, don't hesitate - see a doctor together.
There are medical, emotional and cost saving benefits to early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer's. Read why it's a good idea to get checked.
The steps outlined in this conversation guide will help you talk about concerns with your loved one.
You and your loved one can use this guide to prepare for a doctor's visit. Make sure that you and your health care providers understand each other so your loved one gets the best possible care and support.
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Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia. It affects memory, thinking and behavior.
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