3 Apr 24

It’s a fact of life that our brains change as we grow older, and as they do, we might notice some subtle differences in the way they work. Aging adults are often increasingly prone to misplacing items or struggling to recall something from the past, for example. These shifts are natural and pose no significant issues for many people. But for some, brain changes can lead to serious conditions, such as dementia or other cognitive disorders.

So what should older adults, concerned loved ones, and clinicians know about severe cognitive decline? How do its symptoms differ from normal signs of aging? And what about possible behavioral complications?

In this previously recorded session, Brent P. Forester, MD, MSc, breaks down what we should know about dementia and other cognitive disorders, shares tips for finding effective treatment, and answers audience questions about supporting someone living with these conditions.

Learn more and register here.