Caring For Alzheimer’s

Every 67 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease. It can not be prevented and it can not be slowed. When someone in your family is diagnosed, it affects everyone. Often daughters and sons become caregivers, responsible for everything from daily care to medical visits. Joining us this morning with some valuable information for caregivers is Michelle Bolling with Dominion Senior Living of Johnson City. For more, visit their website.

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