Linda Finkbeiner on the Importance of Early Diagnosis


Linda Finkbeiner’s husband Jim has early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. When Jim started behaving strangely, they went to the doctor and were able to confirm the cause as Alzheimer’s disease. Doing so has allowed them both to have additional years of quality life together thanks to education to understand what they’re up against and support from Alzheimer’s associations.

Watch the video and hear more about Linda’s experience.

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