Talking to a loved-one about  Alzheimer’s disease when you suspect they may have it can be quite difficult. In part three of our series, Jenna Fink with the Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter recommends…

“Consider who should have the conversation to discuss the concerns. it may not be the oldest child, it may not be the spouse, it may not be anyone related to that person.”

Fink says the key is determining who can most effectively, empathetically and supportively start the conversations with that person.