The early diagnosis of dementia with modern dementia screening is crucial to ensuring people receive the support they need. The symptoms include changes in thinking, behavior, and abilities so it’s important that you pay attention if any developmental delays arise or anything else seems off!
There are many different types of dementia, but the most common form is Alzheimer’s disease. Other forms include vascular dementia which causes severe brain damage due to an interruption in blood supply; Lewy body DNS (Frontotemporal Dementia Syndrome) – a rare disorder that leads people into clinically apparent diseases such as Parkinson’s or schizophrenia, while others have no known cause yet remain diagnose until death comes knocking on their doorsteps
If you notice any of these signs, then it may be time for a discussion about your parent’s condition.
Linguistic inexplicably errors such as forgetting words or frequently repeating phrases in Speaking – decreased interest in activities they used to enjoy doing things around the house but won’t do them anymore even if asked directly by children.
Once a diagnosis has been made, the GP will be able to offer support and advice on how to manage the condition. There is no cure for dementia, but there are treatments available that can help to slow down the progression of the disease and improve quality of life. These include medications, therapies, and support groups.