Last week, our #eldercarechat on Twitter tackled the topic of early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Our topic was inspired by a recent New York Times article, Early Alzheimer’s Detection, But When to Tell the Patient?. One of our chat questions was: If you received an early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, who would you tell? So, on the heels of G-J’s post about breaking the news, I thought this same question would be a good one for this week’s poll, sponsored by Caregiving.com and eCareDiary.com. Please vote in our poll below and share your thoughts in our comments section.
- USAgainst Alzheimer’s Campaign Rolls Out Today (caregiving.com)
- On World Alzheimer’s Day, Words from a Researcher (caregiving.com)
- Battling Alzheimer’s With Stats and a Personal Story (caregiving.com)
- New Annual Wellness Visits for Medicare Beneficiaries to Include Detection of Cognitive Impairment (caregiving.com)
- Screening for Alzheimer’s (newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com)