The early signs of dementia are very subtle and vague, and may not be immediately obvious. Early symptoms also depend on the type of dementia and vary a great deal from person to person.
Although the early signs vary, common early symptoms of dementia include:
- Memory problems, particularly remembering recent events.
- Increasing confusion.
- Reduced concentration.
- Personality or behaviour changes.
- Apathy and withdrawal or depression.
- Loss of ability to do everyday tasks.Read more here…
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Dementia is often called a ‘life limiting’ condition although people have been known to live with it for as long as 26 years after they first start showing symptoms. Generally speaking, the life expectancy of a person with dementia depends on the type of dementia they are diagnosed with, their age and health. Read More…
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