Dementia is not a disease, but a mental condition brought on by a loss of multiple brain functions, such as loss of memory, language and problem solving. While many people experience issues like memory loss, those diagnosed with dementia experience a decline in mental function so severe that it interferes with common activities needed for daily living.

Dementia is common in aging populations with as many as 3 million new cases diagnosed every year. While there is no cure for dementia, early detection and treatment can help improve a patient’s quality of life.

Look for these signs of dementia in your loved ones. If you see they are becoming more and more frequent, contact an eMOTION Cognitive Assessment Center to schedule an appointment

Cognitive Changes

  • Memory Loss 
  • Difficulty Communicating and Finding Words
  • Difficulty with Visual and Spatial Abilities 
  • Difficulty Reasoning and Problem-Solving
  • Difficulty Handling Complex Tasks
  • Difficulty Planning and Organizing
  • Difficulty with Coordination/Motor Functions
  • Confusion and Disorientation

Psychological Changes

  • Personality changes
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Inappropriate Behavior
  • Paranoia
  • Agitation
  • Hallucinations
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