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Examines this senility-like ailment primarily affecting elderly looking at the causes, incidence, symptoms, effects & treatment.
From a communications perspective, this type of public education is designed to prepare society at large not as professionals but as participants in the caregiving process. While the medical physician and nurses can be attuned to the treatment and specific role they play in maintaining the quality of life of the Alzheimer’s sufferer, society at large can play a role in detecting those symptoms as soon as possible, thereby aiding the medical treatment program of physicians and nursing in initiating the new routine and model for the patient’s life, as they learn to live with Alzheimer’s. This also enables the caregiver to more often provide the support at the social level for Alzheimer’s sufferer, who will become more dominant and visible in society in this new medical era.