What is Alzheimer’s disease?
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, which is characterized by the loss of or decline in memory and other cognitive abilities, such as reasoning, speech, understanding of language, sensory function, and execution of motor activities. Alzheimer’s is a progressive, irreversible and fatal brain disorder. It is currently the fifth leading cause of death in California.
Learn to identify the 10 Warning Signs.
In June, 2013, the California Senate Office of Research released a report entitled Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease. You can read the report here.