Warning Signs Of Dementia (Alzheimer's Disease)

10 Warning Signs Of Dementia

1. Memory Loss

2. Difficulty performing familiar tasks.

3. Disorientation to time and place.

4. Withdrawal from work or social activities.

5. Poor or decreased judgment.

6. Misplacing things.

7. Problems keeping track of things.

8. Changes in mood and behavior. 

9. Trouble with images and spatial relationships.

10. Problems with language.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, or know someone who is, talk to a doctor.

The good news is that we can help. 

The Alzheimer's Planning Center is a special division of Carolina Family Estate Planning devoted to helping individuals and families impacted by cognitive impairment, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease live the best lives possible through our unique Memory Safeguard Planning.

If you or a loved one is exhibiting signs of memory loss or has been diagnosed with cognitive impairment or dementia, discover how to prepare for the journey ahead. Subscribe to the Free Online Seminar: If the Diagnosis Is Dementia: What It Means & What You Need To Know.

If you want to address common concerns that come up when caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's, find the answers to 101 questions about Alzheimer's such as what is it, how is it detected and diagnosed, and how does it progress.

If you need help and don't know where to turn, and you live in Cary, North Carolina, please call The Alzheimer's Planning Center at the Carolina Family Estate Planning at 919-443-3035 or contact us through our website. I want you to know: You are not alone. We are here for you.

 

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