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Alzheimer’s, related disorders and language: How we talk about ‘dementia’ is key to building community bridges

People living with Alzheimer’s disease and other related disorders may experience stigma related to their diagnosis or to aging. Along with their caregivers, family or friends who accompany them through life, they risk being shamed, misunderstood and negatively labeled. Research shows that early-stage diagnosis impacts the quality of life of individuals.

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