Care Practice and Awareness

People with dementia have multiple psychological deficits that combine each memory shortcoming, which affects their capacity to process new information or evaluate information that has recently become clear, and one or more of the resulting side effects, such as aphasia, apraxia, agnosia, or chief brokenness, to the point where the psychological feature adversely significantly affects social or movement functioning with a significant decline in past abilities.

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