Alzheimer’s: Wrongfully Diagnosed?
It might be your ears
My mother was in her early 60s when she started to “disappear” into her world. She wouldn’t hear us or shake her head and go off into another room. This was strange because we have always been a very close-knit family. And my mother was the fabric that held that together. So when she started shutting herself off from the rest of us, we knew something was amiss.