Early onset Alzheimers disease
Impact on family life
My interest was originally personal as my wife had young onset Alzheimers disease. She passed away over 3 years ago and I am currently working as a carer in a nursing home, all of the residents having dementia of one form or another.
Reason for joining the mhhehub
Always looking for new perspectives and interest in how subject is currently approached at HE and university level
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