Alzheimer’s disease often hides in plain sight, and certain behaviors such as struggling with participating in conversations, isolating oneself and forgetting familiar tasks can indicate memory loss. Jenna Fink with the Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter says if you think a loved one may be showing signs of Alzheimer’s…

“It’s important to first kind of assess the situation by considering what changes in memory, thinking, behavior, mood you may have seen in that person, what is that person doing or potentially not doing that is out of the ordinary.”

Tomorrow in part two of our series on Alzheimer’s, we’ll focus on warning signs to watch out for.