Even the best of retirement plans can fall apart when hit with a debilitating illness. Alzheimer’s is a disease that most often develops after the age of 60, in the retirement years. There are 5.2 million Americans currently living with the disease and experts predict that number will grow to 16 million by 2050. While Alzheimer’s is frightening, huge strides have been made in understanding and treating it, as well as providing support for families and caregivers. Learn more about the disease, current research, and the benefits of early diagnosis. Discover the extensive services available to help patients, find out which lifestyle activities may lower your risk, and meet a family that is fighting back against Alzheimer’s.