Forgetting new information and being unable to recall it later
Occasionally forgetting names or appointments
Consistently poor judgment and decision making
Making a questionable decision now and then
Loss of the ability to manage money and pay bills
Finding it challenging to balance a checkbook
Forgetting where you are, how you got there and how to get home
Occasionally forgetting where you were going
Misplacing things and being unable to find them or putting things in unusual places
Occasionally misplacing your keys or other items
Gradually becoming unable to carry on or follow a conversation
Sometimes having difficulty finding the right word
Difficulty with everyday tasks, like preparing a simple meal
Needing help with less familiar tasks, like programming the DVR
Vision problems, such as thinking someone else is in the room when passing by a mirror
Age related vision problems caused by cataracts, etc.
Consistent withdrawal from work or social activities
Occasionally feeling weary of work or social activities
Easily confused, suspicious, anxious or angry when with people or in places that are out of their comfort zone
Accustomed to a particular way of doing things and becoming irritable when the normal routine is interrupted.
Contact us for a free, 1 hour in-home assessment with a Qualicare Orange County case manager. We’ll answer your questions and help your family plan for the future. If you’re facing behaviors or issues related to dementia (including wandering, agitation, aggression, incontinence and falls) we can offer experienced advice and coping strategies for day to day activities.