Our ability to remember things changes as we grow older, but certain types of memory disruption might be a forewarning of the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
Chris Louie of the Alzheimer's Association of Washington State gives a free program on recognizing ten warning signs of Alzheimer’s, focusing on early detection and diagnosis. The event is at 2 p.m. Saturday May 13 2017 in the Everett Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Avenue in Everett.
Having detailed, in-depth roadmap of Alzheimer’s signs and symptoms can lead to early diagnosis of the disease, which allows patients and their families to put a solid plan in place to manage the disease, and permits patients to take part in their caregiving planning.
The program also provides a deep explanation of what Alzheimer’s is, and uses statistics and figures to show whom it affects.
Chris Louie is Education Coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Association of Washington State.
For further information, please call 425-257-8000.