I always knew that the chance of having younger residents in senior care homes was inevitable. There are so many diseases that affect younger people. Cerebral Palsy, ALS, Diabetes, and Huntington’s Disease. Even incapacitating accidents, such as car incidents and brain injuries can be cause for younger people to become permanent residents in our facilities. I had a good friend who has recently passed away from Huntington’s Disease, one month short of turning 31. I learned that symptoms of his disease, such as early onset dementia, can occur sometimes in a person’s twenties . I believe there . . .
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