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What are the safety concerns for people in the early stages of Alzheimer's?

In early Alzheimers, the primary safety concerns would be related to loss in short term memory and higher cognitive function, which often in one's daily life is related to their occupation and finances. Therefore, while not a physical concern, these people may have increased chance of making errors in their job or be a target for those who want to take advantage financially.

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