By Janet Fickle
Dementia is any loss of mental ability that is severe enough to interfere with the way you live your everyday life. Alzheimer's is the most common type of dementia in older people. What happens when you develop this mental disorder? Brain cells gradually die, and you generate fewer chemical signals that help you function. Over time, memory, thinking, and behavior deteriorate. There is no know cause or cure. Some of the symptoms are: increasing forgetfulness, language problems, anxiety, changes in your personality, depression and difficulty making decisions and even the ability to recognize your loved ones. It is a heartbreaking disease that robs you of your ability to function.
No one can be sure they or a loved one will not develop this terrible disease. Don't delay your estate planning until it is too late to be able to make the decisions that you will need to make about yours and your families' financial future. Cooper, Adel and associates can guide you and help you be secure in the fact that you have taken steps to safeguard your families' financial future. Call Cooper Adel and Associates today at 1-800-798-5297 to schedule a time for your free consultation at one of our four Ohio offices.