Alzheimer''s disease support group
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"You are the presenter of the Alzheimer's disease (AD) support group. Design a short presentation around the questions that will help children understand the changes that occur in a person with AD:

-What is memory? Explain short- and long-term memory. How are long- and short-term memories involved in memory impairment for someone diagnosed with AD?

-How does AD affect a person's memory?

-What are the main stages of AD?

-What are the behavioral and memory-related changes for each stage?

REMEMBER, this presentation is for child in the age group of 6-8, so you will need to explain to a group who has little knowledge of memory or the disease. Slides are welcome and should not be more than 2 pages.

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