Care for Dementia Patients

Through consultation with the doctor, a registered nurse will set up a plan and conduct it accordingly.
Care for Dementia Patients

Care for Dementia Patients

Dementia is a general term used to describe symptoms of impairment in memory, communication, and thinking. The chances of having dementia increases with age.

A person with dementia may show any of the symptoms listed below, mostly due to memory loss.

The may notice some symptoms themselves while others may only be noticed by caregivers or healthcare workers.

Possible symptoms of dementia:

Recent memory loss
a sign of this might be asking the same question repeatedly
Difficulty completing familiar tasks
for example, making a drink or cooking a meal
Problems communicating
difficulty with language; forgetting simple words or using the wrong ones
getting lost on a previously familiar street, for example
Misplacing things
forgetting the location of everyday items such as keys, or wallets and even the location their drugs and prescriptions for example
Mood changes
sudden and unexplained changes in outlook or disposition
Personality changes
perhaps becoming irritable, suspicious or fearful
Loss of initiative
showing less interest in starting something or going somewhere

As the patient ages, late-stage dementia symptoms tend to worsen.

Our dementia care services are first in class with highly experienced professional.

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