Dementia Stages

The Term “Stages of dementia” describes about how someone gets affected by dementia over the years. Although each stage is different discussing about this topic helps caregivers to understand the patient’s situation and plan how to care. They are classified into three stages classification: early stage dementia, mid-stage dementia and late-stage dementia. In The first stage of dementia the signs and symptoms are found to be faint. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is the earliest stage. The symptoms of early stages vary a lot based on the type of dementia. In case of mid stage the changes in the persons with dementia are obvious to people close to them, though outsiders may not notice them. Daily life and relationships are affected. They need more help because they are either unable to do tasks or have lost interest in everything. Frustration, anger, mood swings, and conflicts are common in mid stage dementia. In the late stage the patient is affected in all facet of life. They always become dependent for all activities. Their health gets worse in, multiple ways. The dementia conference also enlightens the people about stages of dementia.
  • Track 1-1 Early stage dementia
  • Track 2-2 Mid stage dementia
  • Track 3-3 Late stage dementia
  • Track 4-4 Mild cognitive impairement
  • Track 5-5 Cognitive memory loss
  • Track 6-6 Speech Impairment
  • Track 7-7 Loss of Physcomotor skills

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