Alzheimer’s is a disease with no known cure. It can leave a person feeling vulnerable and alone. Use this Alzheimer’s PLR pack to help educate your readers on this disease. Perfect for any type of health, family or senior related site. Use the articles and combine into a report, with the ecover, to give to build a list or sell it as your own ebook.
- 5 Articles – turn into a report
- Editable ecovers in 2 styles
- Powerpoint Slides
- MP4 Video from Slides
- 20 Tweets
- 5 Images
- 5 Tip Posters including blank – matches ecover design
- The 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s – 702 Words
- Symptoms and Signs of Alzheimer’s – 419 Words
- Tips for Living with a Loved One who has Alzheimer’s – 653 Words
- Treatment for Alzheimer’s – 477 Words
- What is Alzheimer’s- 409 Words
Article Sample: The 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s symptoms tend to blend into each other as everyone reacts differently to the progression of the disease and their treatment with drugs.
There are definitely stages a patient goes through, again, sometimes they seem to overlap, but here is a good idea of what happens at each stage:
Stage 1 is actually normal with no impairment from the disease. An evaluation shows no signs of Alzheimer’s. This is the stage doctors judge all other stages against.
Stage 2 is very mild cognitive decline. Could be from normal aging or Alzheimer’s. It’s too soon to tell, but any further decline warrants a doctor’s evaluation. The patient could have mild memory lapses or loses things like their keys or the TV remote.