Alzheimer’s Disease begins slowly and at first, the only symptom may be mild forgetfulness. In this stage, people may have trouble remembering recent events, activities, or the names of familiar people or things. They may not be able to solve simple math problems. Such difficulties may be a bother, but usually they are not serious enough to cause alarm. However, as the disease goes on, symptoms are more easily noticed and become serious enough to cause people with Alzheimer’s Disease or their family members to seek medical help.
If you are concerned that your spouse, parent, or other loved one is experiencing any of these symptoms please feel free to call Senior Care at 800-582-6013 for a free in home screening.
This article was written and submitted by Senior Care Director, Larry Lawrence