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Adult day care for people with Alzheimer's

Spouses and children of people who have been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease often feel neglected by forums, chat groups and even in-person support groups. It's easy to see why, since our greatest risk of developing Alzheimer's disease comes with age. However, there are legions of people who care for spouses or parents who are diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in their forties or even younger. Adult day care can be a good option for these younger folks, too.

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People face a variety of challenges when a family member develops Alzheimer's disease and this is a great step to take responsibility for these people. Thank you, Carol, for this relevant issue raised!

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