Early-Onset Alzheimer’s: Education, Diagnosis and Resources

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There are approximately 200,000 people living with Younger/Early-Onset Alzheimer’s in the United States. Most people with younger-onset Alzheimer’s develop symptoms of the disease between 30 and 60 years old. The Alzheimer’s Association has a list of early-onset symptoms. If you or someone you know is experiencing signs, you should share them with your health care provider. If you’re diagnosed with younger-onset Alzheimer’s, Adina Samberg, Social Worker at Alzheimer’s and Dementia Services of Memphis says they can help. The facility provides support and education to caregivers and families. ADS of Memphis also offers day programs for people living with Alzheimer’s or other related disorders. Samberg shares more information about younger-onset Alzheimer’s, follow the link to learn more. Listen here


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