Experiences in early stage Alzheimer's disease



Title Experiences in early stage Alzheimer's disease: understanding the paradox of acceptance and denial
Author(s) Colleen R. MacQuarrie
Journal Aging & Mental Health
Date 2005
Volume 9
Start page 430
End page 441
Abstract A wealth of information about the biomedical aspects of Alzheimer's disease (AD), the most prevalent dementia among people over age 65, stands in counterpoint to the lack of systematic inquiry around the lived experiences of people with AD. Thirteen (four women, nine men) people, recently diagnosed with early stage AD, participated in this 6-month longitudinal study.

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