5 WARNING SIGNS OF ALZHEIMER'S REDHAVEN CARE HOMES
MEMORY LOSS Memory loss is one of the early signs of dementia among seniors. We all don't remember everything that happens to our daily life but forgetting important events can indicate early signs of Alzheimer's. Typical examples are forgetting people's name, important appointments, etc.
FINDING THE FAMILIAR TASK DIFFICULT Seniors with dementia often find it difficult to perform familiar tasks. Like, calling someone, playing a game or forgetting the purpose for which you came into a room.
WRITING OR SPEAKING PROBLEM Alzheimer's patient finds it hard to remember simple words, which creates a problem for them while writing or speaking. They often fail to find their toothbrush and ask for "that thing for my mouth".
TIME & PLACE CONFUSION Time and place is a major problem for Alzheimer's patient. They often become lost in their own neighborhood or unable to figure out how to get back home from a certain place. Typical examples are, forgetting the day of the week or where they are going.
INCORRECT JUDGEMENT People with Alzheimer's fail to judge situations properly. They lack that judgemental power and often give away large sums of money to telemarketers without any good requirement. Also, they become involved in debatable decisions with others.
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