People caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease often find themselves feeling isolated because they are uncertain about where they can go in public and how people might react. Home Instead Senior Care offices in the Kansas City area plan to help, providing training for businesses that then can designate their companies as Alzheimer’s friendly.
People caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease often find themselves feeling isolated because they are uncertain about where they can go in public and how people might react. Home Instead Senior Care offices in the Kansas City area plan to help, providing training for businesses that then can designate their companies as Alzheimer’s friendly. File photo The Associated Press
People caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease often find themselves feeling isolated because they are uncertain about where they can go in public and how people might react. Home Instead Senior Care offices in the Kansas City area plan to help, providing training for businesses that then can designate their companies as Alzheimer’s friendly. File photo The Associated Press

Training for businesses should help reduce isolation Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers feel

September 04, 2015 11:05 AM

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