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Cold Weather Deadly if Alzheimer's Patient Wanders
Next we hear from Diana Butz from the Greater Wisconsin Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
Cold weather is tough on anyone, but for a person with Alzheimer's Disease who wanders, it could be deadly. She says there's a new approach for quicker response should someone wander away from home.
Diana Butz, spokesperson for the Alzheimer's Association. There's an Alzheimer's Association Outreach Office in Rhinelander.
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