If you or a loved one is experiencing memory loss, difficulties performing daily tasks, or other changes, knowing what to look for can help decide if it’s time to see a doctor.

Identifying Symptoms

About Alzheimer's Disease

Learn the differences between dementia, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and Alzheimer's, and how Alzheimer's affects the brain.

Benefits of Early Detection

As intimidating or stressful as it may be, it's important to talk with a doctor as soon as you or your loved one notices problems with memory or thinking that begin to affect day-to-day activities. They can help identify if something is wrong early on. If it is Alzheimer’s, a timely diagnosis can help you and your loved one prepare for what’s ahead.

Talk With a Doctor

If you notice symptoms that begin to affect daily activities, it's important to start the conversation with a doctor and ask these questions.

Living Well With Alzheimer's

Improve overall health and well-being with these lifestyle changes.

Care Partner Support

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s can be physically and emotionally challenging. Explore resources that can help.