Alzheimer’s usually occurs in adults over the age of 65. This used to be past the typical age for retirement, but that isn’t true anymore.
According to The Society for Human Resource Management, 35% of Human Resources staff have experienced employees showing signs of the disease. Researchers anticipate that by 2025, 7.1 million people will be living with Alzheimer’s.
This brief guide covers:
7 signs employers can look for
Common reasons why people rationalize or ignore these signs
12 things you can do to prolong their employability
The sooner people are diagnosed, the sooner they can begin treatment that will improve their quality of life.