Stages of dementia
There are several different types of dementia, with Alzheimer’s disease being the most common. When thinking about the progression of dementia, it is useful to categorize the disease trajectory into mild, moderate, and severe stages. While different individuals will have unique experiences in each stage, understanding what to expect along the way can be helpful for care planning. #infographic #alzheimers #dementia #elderlycare #caregiving #aging #mentalhealth #healthyaging #health #kindlycare
Vascular dementia, according to the Mayo Clinic, is the term for cognitive impairments that result from a problem with the brain's blood supply. There are many different types of vascular dementia, and as many as one to four percent of those over the age of 65 will experience some form of the condition. The UCSF Memory and Aging Center reports that... #Typesofdementia #Stagesofdementia
3:35PM GMT 28 Dec 2014 David Ryall, who has died aged 79, trained as a classical stage actor but became a familiar face to a wider public through a range of character roles on television. These included that of Sir Bruce Bullerby in Andrew Davies’s political drama House of Cards (1993 and 1995) and the dementia-stricken Grandad in the BBC sitcom Outnumbered (1997). David Ryall appeared in 'Inspector Morse' #Stagesofdementia
The Original Memory Apron is a dignified way to keep treasures close during the day in the two useful pockets and is especially useful at meal times. In the early stages a person will benefit from an apron specifically designed for those living with Dementia. It will help keep them neat throughout the day; be useful for activity sessions, attending a Memory Cafe or just wearing around the home, echoing the familiarity of having worn one for cooking, craft or DIY. The apron is a far more dign...