Plan in Place

Younger-onset Alzheimer’s can be a scary experience for both the patient and his or her family. The future can seem uncertain making it difficult to plan.

In this clip, Janet, knowing she has been diagnosed with younger-onset Alzheimer’s, is shown taking charge of her affairs while she still has the presence of mind to make her own decisions. She meets with her children to work out a long-term plan for when Janet can no longer drive safely. The video also features key talking points and tips for families and patients having similar conversations.

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