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It is important to distinguish between ordinary memory loss that happens as we get older or are under stress and the more serious signs of dementia. Below is an international guide on warning signs of dementia:
Dementia worsens over time and can be understood as a series of stages. These stages are early, middle and advanced (late stage). Although it’s a useful guide, it’s good to remember that each person’s experience will be different.
Persons in this stage may show progressive memory loss, changes in mood, withdrawal from social engagements, and self-consciousness in public or around others.
Ultimately, in the advanced stages of dementia, the person may forget their loved ones. They may retain memory of the past but then ultimately lose that.
There may be:
Dementia can be a very difficult experience for the person living with the disease and their loved ones. However, understanding the illness and knowing how to manage it well can go a long way.