Middle-Age "elders" with dementia.
I've been doing a lot of reading about early-onset Alzheimers. Of particular interest is the study of an extended family of 5000 in Colombia, South America, who carry a genetic marker for early-onset Alzheimer's disease. I'm curious as to how many people on this forum are actually caring for a person age 35-55 with dementia, rather than a true elderly adult. There surely must be different issues to deal with, because the person is still physically fairly strong.