More About Alzheimer’s Disease and Loss of Memory

Since we are all individuals, symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or memory loss symptoms will vary from person to person. Alzheimer’s disease symptoms may include, but are not limited to, memory loss, change in thinking skills, personality or other behavioral changes.

If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, please consider consulting your physician or scheduling a consultation with us:

  • Have there been changes in memory or other cognitive functions?
  • Is there a change in ability to perform tasks at home or at work?
  • Is there a change in behavior that affects relationships or daily living?
  • Is there a change in personality?
  • Are medications being taken that may be facilitating or impairing cognitive
    or behavioral functioning?
  • Has another medical professional recommended a neuropsychological evaluation?

Please click here to read, “10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s” from the Alzheimer’s Association.

If you are interested in a consultation with Dr. Michelle Papka and staff, please contact our office at (973) 850-4622.

For more information on Alzheimer’s disease please contact the Alzheimer’s Association: Alzheimer’s Association

External Resources

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