describe a range of course of dementia syndrome

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DESCRIBE A RANGE OF COURSE OF DEMENTIA SYNDROME.
The number of different types of dementia is;
Benson’s syndrome (also called Posterior cortical atrophy (PCA))
Alzheimer’s disease
Primary Progressive Aphasia (A type of Fronto-temporal dementia)
Lewy body Disease (Also known as Dementia with Lewy bodies)
Picks disease (A type of Fronto-temporal dementia)
Binswangers Disease. ( A type of vascular dementia)
Niemann-Pick disease type C
Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease
HIV Brain related impairment ( also Known as Aids Dementia Complex )
DESCRIBE THE TYPES OF MEMORY IMPAIRMENT COMMONLY EXPERIENCED BY INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA.
The types of memory loss are;
Alzheimer’s disease that affects the brain, caused by 2
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EXPLAIN THE IMPORTANCE OF RECORDING POSSIBLE SYMPTONS OF DEMENTIA IN AN INDIVIDUAL IN LINE WITH AGREED WAYS OF WORKING;
It is important that you make sure you report, any changes that you see immediately to your manager or senior so if need be they can be recessed and that any new changes have also been added to the individuals care plan. If need be if appropriate mentioned to the family.
EXPAIN THE PROCRESS OF REPORTING POSSIBLE SIGNS OF DEMENTIA WITHIN AGREED WAYS OF WORKING;
Once you have noticed changes in the individuals you can make notes that you are able to take to your manager or assistant manager or senior and explain to them the changes you have observed in the individuals so that additions can be made and passed on to other workers . Sitting and communicating with the individuals and explain the changes.
DESCRIBE THE POSSIBLE IMPACT OF RECEIVING A DIAGNOSIS OF DEMENTIA ON:
THE INIDIVIDUALS; In receiving a diagnosis of dementia has a critical impact upon the well-being of the individuals causing feelings of turmoil, helplessness, diminished self-esteem and undermining of self are commonly seen.
THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS; Individuals with dementia and family and close friends may need some kind of help to adjust to their altered circumstance, which will go beyond the course of medication, the effectiveness of a

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