As the workforce ages, companies and employees face tough conversations about dementia. “The trick is figuring out what tasks they can still perform and what they can still do safely to continue to contribute,” says one consultant.

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CHICAGO (AP) — In a story Jan. 30 on companies navigating dementia conversations with older workers, The Associated Press reported that former professor Mary Radnofsky had a rare form of leukoencephalopathy, which caused minor strokes, seizures and cognitive impairment. Although the disease can cause those conditions, Radnofsky says she has not suffered seizures.