Posted September 14, 2012

I love to read about people so commited to generating more awareness on a topic that lacked attention!  My hope is that you find some useful information in the Q & A, provided by New Old Age.  In the fourth paragraph, I've included a link to the recently published book; you can buy it from Amazon.  

Have a wonderful weekend!  

By JUDITH GRAHAM

About 10 to 15 percent of adults age 65 and older are believed to have mild cognitive impairment — a condition commonly characterized by memory problems, well beyond those associated with normal aging.

Alarmingly, mild cognitive impairment, or M.C.I., can signal serious problems ahead: About half of people with this condition go on to a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia within five years.

 

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