Severe weather, an earthquake, a fire or flood all present unique challenges for people with Alzheimer's disease.
Their impaired memory and reasoning severely limits their ability to act appropriately during a crisis, the National Institute on Aging says.
If you are preparing an emergency kit for someone who has Alzheimer's, the agency suggests including:
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