You’ve forgotten someone’s name, but then remember it later…
Is that an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, or simply an age-related event?
Forgetting something and then remembering it later is generally age related, but…
…forgetting recently learned information can be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease.
John Hopkins School of Medicine, Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease, alzresearch.org
Other warning signs of Alzheimer’s could include:
Mayo Clinic, Alzheimer’s Disease, mayoclinic.org
If any of these early signs are experienced, it’s important to seek a medical diagnosis early.
Early diagnosis has demonstrated better health outcomes for individuals and their caregivers.
Alzheimer’s Association, Why Get Checked, alz.org
Tore’s Home has been working with memory care patients residents for nearly over 25 years. We’re here if you need us.
Tore’s Home offers small, intimate, secure home environments with only 6 to 12 individuals per home.
Keeping our homes small allows our caregivers to provide more personalized and customized care.
Additionally, small, quiet, “family-like” homes have proven beneficial to people with Alzheimer’s.
The Gerontologist, Oxford Academic, The Therapeutic Design of Environments For People with Dementia: A Review of the Empirical Research, August 2000, Pages 397-416, academic.oup.com
Located in residential neighborhoods, each home offers the security necessary to prevent individuals from wandering off.