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... There is a stick topic at the top of the list of topics that list all 7 stages. One thing you need to remember is that they are not hard and fast rules. You might find that your love on has symptoms of 2 or 3 stages. ... (3 replies)
... you could read the 'sticky' at the top of this forum that says "The 7 Stages of Alzheimers'. That's a pretty good indication of what to expect. ... (4 replies)
Stages of Dementia
Jul 17, 2012
... I tried to find the stages for vascular dementia and found only the 3 stages for dementia only. Alzheimer's is a specific type and has 7 clinical stages. I am not sure vascular dementia has 6 or more stages... ... (4 replies)

... I see that there is a thread for the "7 stages of Alzheimers" and it is very helpful. I have Googled and researched to find any staging for MID. ... (6 replies)
... Dementia section, at the top of the list of posts is one entitled 7 stages of . . . ... (4 replies)
... me home. I did not want to accept this road but now realise how fortunate I was not to be hurt. I still wake at every creak in the night but treasure the relief of knowing that I am alone. I had not realised how very bad things were and how stressed I was. ... (7 replies)
... eded to do. Your first priority is to protect yourself and your son. Hopefully your husband will get a psychological evaluation and they will start the process of determining a diagnosis. With a diagnosis you can make the necessary arrangement for the future safety of you and your son. ... (7 replies)
... I am completely new to this, but my father has been dealing with dementia for a bit now, but it has gotten worse. ... (4 replies)
... I don't think so!!!!!!!! I just have some extra resources to rely on. I think after reading just a few of the threads here that those of you who care for your loved ones at home longer and having been intimately involved for so many years in this struggle are awesome. ... (20 replies)
... I would guess at least stage 5 because there is significant cognitive decline. Delusions and aggression are not present in all loved ones with dementia but many do have them. They can be controlled with medication but it takes a while to get the right med and the right dosages. ... (3 replies)
... I just lost my Dad to vascular dementia Jean. All you can do is the best you can for him, helping him live the best life possible, and loving him. Hope you stay with us. ... (8 replies)
Signs of Dementia
Dec 30, 2009
... Dementia board and click on it. It'll open a list of 'threads'. Look at the top. There's one that says 7 stages, etc. Read that it was a wealth of info. ... (29 replies)
... Thank you very much for your advice and insights, and for suggesting the book. We shall take your advice and that of others since we know so little about this disease. I hope in the future we can count on you for more advice and information. ... (9 replies)
... Welcome to the board LaChipmonk!! I agree with Martha. In the early stages my Mom would have periods of irrational behavior then later remember just enough to know that she was inappropriate and out of control. ... (9 replies)
... Although he is only in the first stages of Dementia, it inevitably worsens and he will continue to need the care he has now, plus more. ... (2 replies)
... If you have access to the internet all you have to do is enter 7 stages of dementia and it will pull up the stages with details to determine what stage he is in. It sounds like he is probably well into the disease. ... (22 replies)
Alzheimers Stages
Apr 24, 2007
... In reading the 7 stages of alzheimers, in general how quickly do these stages progress? ... (6 replies)
... Hi everyone. This is my first post on this board. My name is Ally, I'm 21 and i live in Australia. I have a Grandmother who suffers from Dementia and i could really use some advice. ... (7 replies)
Apr 17, 2006
... As Martha said, do prepare the doctor and his staff for your mother's symptoms and her ability to act normal temporarily. Give them a written account of her behaviors and the 7 Stages of AD. ... (141 replies)
... line search. I was dismayed to find how many of her odd behaviors were listed as part of the early to mid stages of Alzheimers. ... (14 replies)

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