Mild Dementia is the first stage of memory loss. While the symptoms aren’t as severe as Moderate Dementia or Severe Dementia, specific care is needed as signs of personality changes and cognitive impairment become more and more common in your loved one.
Mild Dementia Symptoms
Memory loss and changes in mood are the common symptoms in this stage of Dementia. As memory loss and cognitive awareness declines, your loved one will begin to need assistance in everyday things.
Your loved one’s symptoms will show signs of a decline in:
- Sense of direction
- Cognitive processing
- Short term memory
As we age, sometimes these symptoms are mistaken for normalcy. But, there is a significant difference between normalcy and each of these symptoms as they present themselves in your loved one.
If you believe your loved one is showing signs of cognitive decline, it’s best to seek medical attention.
Our Dementia Care
We understand the signs and symptoms of Mild Dementia very well. That’s why at our home, we make sure your loved one will have access to:
- 24/7 assistance and security
- Home health care
- Tailored activities
- Diet plans to cater to nutritional needs.
If your loved one has Mild Dementia, our home provides the security of extra care and supervision your loved one needs.