Did you see the signs of Alzheimer’s in a loved one over the holidays?

The holidays offer busy and often remote families an opportunity to gather and spend time with loved ones who they may only see occasionally during the year. While visiting, family members might notice changes in a relative that raise questions about their health. In fact, the number of people who express concern about a loved one’s health tends to increase after the holiday season.

It’s important to seek guidance and support as soon as possible if you notice cognitive changes that disrupt daily life in yourself or someone else. Early detection of Alzheimer’s disease gives people with Alzheimer’s the opportunity to plan for their future and take advantage of the resources that are currently available to them. To read more about the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s disease, click here: http://bit.ly/g5qDLp