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Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Dementia is the global term for mental confusion. Alzheimer’s disease is the most frequent condition leading to this mental confusion. Dementia is a disease of the brain. When the thinking part of the brain does not function properly, the individual is unable to take care of the daily needs. Dementia conditions are non reversible, chronic and progressive. The family caregiver is often an elderly spouse who is not well themselves and for the safety of the senior, families may need to step in to assist or find appropriate care and resources.

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