Alzheimer’s Diagnosis: What’s next?

November marks the month in which many people around the US gets to continue the efforts on raising more awareness around this growing disease. It also is a special month in which we celebrate those silent heroes that look for no recognition for their daily tasks, those who express their love and care in what they do, the amazing caregivers.

According to an excellent video message spread by the Alzheimer’s Association says that more than 5 million Americans are living with this cognitive condition and that every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops the disease. It also mentions that more than 60% of Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers are women.

To join the campaign that actually goes on all year long with no time to rest; we have created this infographic for those who have been recently diagnosed. It is important that you share it with others close to you to help you feel supported and accompanied as the disease progresses.


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