The 10 Warning signs (Source: Healthline Newsletter – Article written by Valencia Higuera and Mary Allen Ellis).
A person must have at least 2 types of impairment that significantly interfere with everyday life to receive a dementia diagnoses.
1. Subtle short term memory changes
2. Difficulty finding the right words
3. Changes in mood
5. Difficulty completing normal tasks.
7. Difficulty following story lines
8. A failing sense of direction.
9. Being repetitive
10. Struggling to adapt to change.