What are the signs of worsening dementia?

Published: April 25th, 2016
Author: First & Main
Category: News

The signs of worsening dementia can differ from person to person, but there are a few key indicators including: memory loss, impaired judgment, difficulties with abstract thinking, faulty reasoning, inappropriate behavior, disorientation to time and place, gait, motor, and balance problems, neglect of personal care and safety, or hallucinations, paranoia, and agitation.

Listen to Duane and Diane as they describe their mother Bea's trouble with disorientation to time and place, and how it was a clear indicator that help was needed.

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