Alzheimer’s support group meets Nov. 20
I have read the latest Alzheimer’s Disease Research Review and the lead article is “Improving Brain Blood Flow in Alzheimer’s Disease to Improve Cognitive Function.
It said “Blood flow to the brain is reduced by about one-third in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. This blood flow reduction contributes to the memory problems of the disease.”
Alzheimer’s Disease Research a Bright Focus Foundation Program has provided a grant for a study into this.
Alzheimer’s Support Groups of Southeast Indiana, Inc. has been a donor to Alzheimer’s Disease Research for many years and truly hope that answers will be found soon that will help the next generations.
The next meeting of Alzheimer’s Support Groups of Southeast Indiana, Inc. is 7 p.m Tuesday, Nov. 20, at Highpoint Health, Ohio Room, second floor, Lawrenceburg.
For reliable information or support the Alzheimer’s Association help line is available 24/7 at 1-800-272-3900.
Karen Brandt is the support group leader.