1268 Lee Blvd
Richland, WA 99352
Moderate Alzheimer's is typically the longest stage and can last for many years. As the disease progresses, the person with Alzheimer's will require a greater level of care. During the moderate stage of Alzheimer’s, the dementia symptoms are more pronounced. A person may have greater difficulty performing tasks, such as paying bills, but they may still remember significant details about their life. You may notice the person with Alzheimer's confusing words, getting frustrated or angry, or acting in unexpected ways, such as refusing to bathe. Damage to nerve cells in the brain can make it difficult to express thoughts and perform routine tasks.
Presented without charge and open to the public
For information or to register, call (509) 943-8455 or visit www.kadlec.org/knrc
This workshop is co-sponsored by Kadlec Neurological Resource Center and the Alzheimer’s Association