Audrey listening to music
Audrey listening to music

AUDREY

living with mild
Alzheimer's dementia*

What are common symptoms?

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of progressive brain disease that causes problems with:

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Memory

Forgetting names or information
you just learned.

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Language

Struggling to find the right word.

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Thinking

Difficulty concentrating and
keeping track of bills.

Memory problems are
often the first sign

People with early Alzheimer’s
disease may have other
symptoms beyond
forgetfulness
that may be noticed by close
friends and family.

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Poor judgment

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Forgetting what day it is

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Having a hard time
completing tasks

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Repeating questions

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Difficulty planning and
problem solving

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Getting lost

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Misplacing items or putting things in odd places

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Changes in personality

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Not knowing where
you are

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What happens in the brain early on?

Alzheimer’s disease is a brain condition that gets worse over time. It may happen when a protein called amyloid continuously builds up in your brain, forming harmful amyloid brain plaque. Though there are different types of amyloid proteins, all of them can damage brain cells.

Audrey and her son, Denver, laughing together
Audrey and her son, Denver, laughing together
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Don't beat yourself up and just do your best to

UNDERSTAND AS MUCH AS YOU CAN.Quotation mark icon

DENVER

caring for his mother, Audrey