For many people, occasionally forgetting someone’s name or where the car keys are, could just be signs of normal aging.

However, for the over 5 million Americans who are currently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and the millions of family members and caregivers who share their journey, these kinds of problems can have an entirely different meaning, one which National Alzheimer’s Disease Month is dedicated to acknowledging.

Read the full article on Laurie’s column at LifeCycles in the Communities at The Washington Times »

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