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Helping a Friend or Loved One Suffering from Alzheimer's Dementia

Posted by Scott Flexer

Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disorder that affects memory, communication, and thought processes among patients. The disease can, therefore, be very difficult to deal with for both patients and their loved ones. Patients often are characterized as having dementia, a group of symptoms that affect mental cognitive functions, as brain function and memory continue to degenerate.

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Topics: Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia

Can You Receive Disability Benefits for Alzheimer’s Disease?

Posted by Scott Flexer

Alzheimer’s Disease, or AD, can be a terrifying condition to live with. The disease is well-known for its effects on senior citizens over the age of 65—the loss of cognitive functions such as memory, language, and judgment which make it progressively harder and harder to cope each and every day.

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Topics: Disability for Mental Disorders, disability, Alzheimer’s Disease

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