If you have a parent or loved one with dementia, you’re probably aware of the cognitive decline that can come with aging. For seniors who once loved reading, poor short-term memory and an inability to focus after a diagnosis may mean they rarely pick up a good book. However, reading can greatly benefit people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, and there are ways to help your loved one continue to enjoy this hobby.

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