Šeimos narių patirtis globojant Alzheimerio liga sergančius artimuosius

  title={{\vS}eimos narių patirtis globojant Alzheimerio liga sergan{\vc}ius artimuosius},
  author={V. Gevorgianienė and Danguolė Pilkytė},
  • V. Gevorgianienė, Danguolė Pilkytė
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Lithuanian society is quickly aging. It is presumed that in 2030 there will be 27 perc. persons older than 60. Aging population is affected by various diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease. According to the State Mental Health Centre, almost half of the people between 85-90 years may have this disease, but only 1,5 thousand are registered officially. The problem of diagnosis lies in the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease – they often overlap with symptoms of other illnesses and are not easily… CONTINUE READING
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