Rehabilitation of Alzheimer’s patients
Alzheimer’s is a neurodegenerative disease increasingly present in our society. It is a pathology that affects the entire family structure.
Alzheimer’s symptoms are visible in speech and comprehension, in the loss of memory and mood, in the difficulty of orientation or in the lack of energy and spontaneity, among others.
Although most cases are diagnosed between the ages of 65 and 80, 10% of the population suffering from Alzheimer’s disease are under 65 years of age.
Request professional help if in recent months…
- You detect progressive memory loss.
- You ask or your family members insistently ask you what you did yesterday or what day it is.
- Everyday problem-solving skill is less.
- Mistakes are present in the planning of tasks such as buying, cooking or cleaning.
- There is a loss of interest in interacting socially with other people.
- You detect more difficulty finding the word you want to say and/or your family member is less communicative than usual.
With you from the beginning.