Monday, October 1, 2012

Fewer Services for People with Down Syndrome Affected By Alzheimer's

David Arms and Lucretia Cassano
sort lollipops at New Horizons.

NORTH HILLS, Calif. -- She had learned to care for herself, to work and count her money so she could buy food, set the table, tell time and use a phone to dial 911.
Now 60 years old, Denise Steinberg is forgetting the little things. She puts her blouse on backwards or her pants on inside out. Her attention span has dwindled. She is acting out toward her roommates.

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