Young-onset victims are most often still working, which is commonly where the problem is identified. It may take several job firings to see that there is a problem. Personality changes, memory loss, unexplained behaviors, anxiety, and depression are just a few of the signs that may be noticed by family, friends and co-workers. It may take months, or even years, for families to seek professional advice. Savings accounts that are earmarked for retirement or college expenses for their children are commonly drained during the long process of a diagnosis.