Michigan Survey of Cognitive Impairment & Dementia Hector M. González, 1 Micki Horst, Ann Rafferty, Peter Lichtenberg 1 Acknowledgements Denise Cyzman, Michigan Department of Community Health Kim Curyto, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services Sara Duris, Michigan Council
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Hector M. González,1 Micki Horst, Ann Rafferty, Peter Lichtenberg1
(For example, does it affect their ability to shop, drive, pay bills, take medications, or perform housework?)
5. “If someone were to ask you where to go for information about a problem with memory or thinking what would you suggest?”
*2004 U.S. Census
**Estimate Confidence Intervals Not Shown
Q1. “Is there any person in your household whose memory or thinking
is worse than it was a year ago?”
Q1a. How many persons are there whose memory or thinking is worse than it was a year ago?
*Age Adjusted Estimate