Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: January 17, 12:01 am)
There are more people in the country with Alzheimer’s disease than there are Kentucky residents.
The Alzheimer’s Association office in Louisville plans to help some of the 15 million unpaid caregivers with a presentation Thursday about what to expect from the disease.
The presentation, called “Living with Alzheimer’s for caregivers: Early stage,” is the first of a three-part series aimed at helping families and friends affected by the disease know what to expect physically, emotionally and financially.
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