10 Steps to Approach Memory Loss Concerns
It can be difficult to know what to do if you’ve noticed changes in yourself or a family
member or friend — particularly when they’re related to memory loss, thinking or
behavior. It’s natural to feel uncertain about voicing your worries because that can make
them seem more “real.” However, these are significant health concerns, and it's important
to take action to figure out what's going on.
Guide provided by the Alzheimer's Association