Young Onset Alzheimer’s: Learn what you need to know
Whether you, a friend, or a family member has received that diagnosis, you’ve struggled with the unfairness of it. But then you decided to learn more, to try to make sense of it, and to focus on next steps.
We’re not an organization; we’re patients and caregivers just like you, seeking to share, learn, and support one another. Although your distress may be deeply personal, we hope you’ll find that you are not alone.
Explore this website for helpful information, and resources. Gain insights on what you can do, and what you can expect, regarding Young Onset (also known as Early-Onset) Alzheimer’s, terms typically used for those under age 65.
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Learn about our efforts, our stories, and how you can donate. Understand the unique issues of Young Onset vs. Regular Onset Alzheimer’s.
Explore next steps for getting your affairs in order, and the various benefits you may be entitled to, as well as workplace, home, and driving issues.
Family and Caregivers
Feel more confident with specific guidelines and ideas for managing care during the Early, Middle and Late stages of Young Onset Alzheimer’s.
Learn what researchers have discovered, and find out how those with Young Onset can help others by participating in research studies.
Discover relevant news stories, articles, and additional helpful resources for easing the burden of patients and their caregivers.