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Living with Alzheimer’s for Caregivers: Early Stage

Living with Alzheimer’s for Caregivers: Early Stage
Tuesday, April 1, 2014, 6:30 PM
Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch 

An Alzheimer's Association Community Education Program


(Part II of this program is scheduled for April 8, at the same time and place.)

Early-stage Alzheimer’s is the beginning stage of the disease when changes in memory, thinking, and communication become noticeable.  Individuals may have difficulty completing complex tasks and require more time to complete normal daily tasks.  Family caregivers can adjust to living with Alzheimer’s disease through an understanding of early-stage symptoms, making adaptations in daily living routines and roles, and planning for future changes and needs.  

This program will offer information for caregivers about adjusting to the diagnosis, developing a care team, accessing community supports and resources, and making legal, financial, and safety plans for the future.

RSVP to 973.586.4300.

Entire program calendar:  www.alz.org/nj


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