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I have a father who suffers from dementia. He is under the professional attention of doctors, but he lives with me. But his condition is worsening. Now I heard that there are stages of dementia. Is it true? Can you tell me something about those stages of dementia? Please tell me so I can react on time.

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Yes there are 7 stages of dementia. Stage one: normal adult with no functional decline. Stage two: age associated memory impairment with personal awareness of some functional decline. Stage three: mild cognitive impairment with noticeable deficits in demanding job situations. Stage four: mild dementia with requiring assistance in complicated tasks. Stage five: moderate dementia with requiring assistance in choosing proper attire. Stage six: moderately severe dementia with requiring assistance dressing, bathing and toileting. Stage seven: severe dementia with speech ability declines to about half dozens intelligible words.
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