Early memory loss can be very mild and easy to ignore. These early problems with memory may be annoying or frustrating to the person experiencing the symptoms, but they don’t significantly impact the ability to complete every day activities. Friends or family may begin to notice these changes or may comment on them. There may be a history of Alzheimer’s in the family.
 
These could be signs of the beginning stage of Alzheimer’s disease, often referred to as mild cognitive impairment. It’s important to find out if early memory concerns are normal or not. Memory problems can get worse and there may be something more that can be done.
 
Today, research is focused on the earliest signs of memory loss even before someone has dementia.
 
Take our brief early memory loss evaluation and please contact us for more information.