19 September 2009

Younger Onset Dementia

Early-onset Alzheimer's: When symptoms begin before 65
Mayo Clinic: 11 September 2009
When Alzheimer's begins in middle age, misdiagnosis may be more likely. Rare disorder affects work, finances and family. Early-onset Alzheimer's is an uncommon form of dementia that strikes people younger than age 65. Glenn E. Smith, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., answers questions about this condition. > read questions and answers

For further information visit Alzheimer’s Australia’s Younger Onset Dementia resource page, which includes the 2009 publications Younger Onset Dementia – A Practical Guide and In Their Own Words, a collection of stories.

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