Brendan Tillman, Health-5, 10/13/2015
Dementia is not a game, you'll forget your own name.
Early, Intermediate, and Severe Dementia
As the disease causing dementia worsens, so do the symptoms. The person may no longer be able to learn new things. He may not be a able to dress, feed, or bathe themselves may have more noticeable mood swings.
As the disease progresses from intermediate into severe dementia, these symptoms continue to worsen. The person may become completely dependent on others for all of his or her care. The person may not be able to walk may have trouble swallowing food.In the last stages of dementia, the person will most likely die due to infections in the lungs or the blood.
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Dementia Society of America:
PO Box 600 - Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone: 1-844-DEMENTIA (1-844-336-3684)
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