My husband is 61. He easily has 7 of the 10 warning signs for Alzheimers. If he ends up with a diagnosis of Alzheimers he will be 3rd generation in his family. At his point, from what I read, it could take a couple more years for a diagnosis. The good news is he doesn't believe much is wrong because he can't remember the stuff he forgets. He isn't upset so I'm game to leave him alone. I do seem to keep trying to talk to him about "what ifs", what his preferences would be if he was the one who got it next. If the point is to hurry up and do things we have put off, he is resistant to that as he feels it would be admitting there is something wrong. Any hints on how to find out how he is feeling? Seems like people know for a LONG time that things aren't right before they ever get to a diagnosis.