Early-Onset Alzheimer's: Where To Get Help

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WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) -- Early-onset Alzheimer's disease afflicts people under the age of 65. In the United States  200,000 people suffer from this illness.

There was an outpouring of concern in our area, after a report that Christa Baker, wife of Prince George's County executive, Rushern Baker, has early-onset dementia. She is 52.

Susan Kudla Finn, President and CEO of Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter tells JC Hayward about how the Alzheimer's Association is working to build awareness and bring services to people who need it the most.

Hotline: 1-800-272-3900



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