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Senior Sunday: Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

Hello Friends, as we dive into Alzheimer's Awareness Month this October, I'd like to have an intimate chat about something that matters deeply - recognizing the early signs of Alzheimer's disease. It's a subject that can touch any family, and being aware of these signs is crucial.

You see, Alzheimer's often begins with small, subtle hints. Those moments of memory loss that affect daily life – like forgetting important appointments or repeating stories – are often the first clues. It can also be struggling with tasks we've known for years, like cooking a favorite recipe or paying bills. Misplacing items becomes more frequent, and judgment starts to falter. These signs might seem minor, but they're like whispers from our brain, telling us to pay attention.

As Alzheimer's takes hold, our loved ones may become disoriented with time and place. They might find it hard to grasp abstract ideas or solve problems. Communication can become a puzzle, with words slipping away. Changes in mood and behavior can be confusing for everyone involved.

But here's the thing, we don't have to face this journey in isolation. There are support networks ready to embrace us. Local Alzheimer's Associations, caregiving groups, and online communities are here for us. And remember, healthcare professionals can guide us with personalized care plans. Early detection opens doors to these resources, giving us the tools to navigate this challenging path.

By recognizing these eight warning signs, we're not just gaining knowledge; we're offering comfort and strength to our loved ones and ourselves. Let's work towards a future where Alzheimer's is better understood, where help is readily available, and where our shared journey is a little less daunting.

If you or a loved one needs a little more assistance recognizing the signs we are happy to help and connect you to trained professionals and specialists.

Happy Sunday 🍂

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