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  • Losing or misplacing objects 
  •  Challenges performing tasks in social or work settings.
  • In the early stage of Alzheimer's, a person may function independently Despite this, the person may feel as if he or she is having memory lapses, such as forgetting familiar words or the location of everyday objects. 
  • Mild Alzheimer's  Disease (Early Stage)
  • Problems coming up with the right word or name.
  •  Increasing trouble with planning or organizing
  • Trouble remembering new things
  • Forgetfulness of events or about one's own personal history
  • Moderate Alzheimer's is typically the longest stage and can last for many years. As the disease progresses, the person with Alzheimer's will require a greater level of care.
  • Moderate Alzheimer's Disease (Middle Stage)
  • Feeling moody or withdrawn, especially in socially or mentally challenging situations
  • Confusion about where they are or what day it is 
  • An increased risk of wandering and becoming lost
  • Personality and behavioral changes, including suspiciousness, delusions and repetitive behavior 
  • In the final stage of this disease, dementia symptoms are severe. Individuals lose the ability to respond to their environment, to carry on a conversation and, eventually, to control movement. 
  • Severe Alzheimer's Disease (Late Stage)
  • Become vulnerable to infections, especially pneumonia
  • Lose awareness of recent experiences as well as of their surroundings
  • Experience changes in physical abilities, including the ability to walk, sit and, eventually, swallow 
  • Have increasing difficulty communicating 
  • Need round-the-clock assistance with daily activities and personal care 
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