Aging and Dementia Guide

Aging can be challenging, especially when memory skills are affected. Download our free guide on aging and dementia and learn how to identify the signs of decline early

Aging and Mental Health

Aging and Dementia Can Happen to Anyone

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in nine people over the age of 65 will develop Alzheimer’s as will nearly a third of those age 85 and older.  With aging and dementia, there are some risk factors you have no control over like age, family history and genetics.  There are also some risk factors you may be able to influence.  Having a discussion with others about mental health and cognitive impairment issues can be an uncomfortable topic, yet it’s one that is important to consider, particularly as we grow older. This guide on aging and dementia offers the following talking points:

      • Warning signs of dementia
      • Stages of Alzheimer’s
  • Financial considerations
  • Ways to keep your brain healthy

 

Get Our Free Guide on Aging and Mental Health

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We hope this informational guide and list of resources will help you and your family recognize any warning signs and seek help early.  Should you have any questions about how your estate or financial plan might be affected by a dementia diagnosis, you can reach us at one of our convenient offices listed on the Contact Us page or by filling out the chat form below.  We are always happy to help.

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