Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease Overview
Dementia is a general term for symptoms of mental decline that interfere with a person’s daily life. It is not a normal part of aging. The symptoms can include problems with memory, communication, and thinking. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s begin slowly and get worse over time.
- How to Respond to Dementia-Related Psychosis When someone you care for starts getting agitated about something from long ago they’re reliving, it’s important to be supportive and make them feel validated and heard.
- A Look at Dementia- Related Psychosis As people go through the stages of dementia, they can sometimes hear things that aren’t there, or believe something didn’t happen when it did. Find out what can bring this on, and how to deal with it.
Understanding Alzheimer's Disease: the Basics
Alzheimer's is a disease that robs people of their memory. At first, people have a hard time remembering recent events, though they might easily recall things that happened years ago.
As time goes on, other symptoms can appear, including:
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