Early Alzheimer’s diagnosis may unintentionally hamper social engagement

TitleEarly Alzheimer’s diagnosis may unintentionally hamper social engagement
Publication TypeWeb Article
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsLasek, A
Series TitleClinical Daily News
PublisherMcKnight's Long-Term Care News
KeywordsAlzheimer disease, Dementia, social engagement
Abstract

Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s and related dementias may be critical for giving patients time to prepare for the future and in some cases work against further decline. However, a new study suggests it may also have a negative effect on social engagement.

URLhttps://www.mcknights.com/news/clinical-news/early-alzheimers-diagnosis-may-unintentionally-hamper-social-engagement/
Citation Key12020