Transcribed from video.
Dementia is a neurological condition that causes memory loss, impaired judgement, disorientation and behavioural changes.
Although the elderly are more prone to becoming demented, dementia is not part of normal ageing. When there is degeneration of brain function, it will usually affect social or occupational activities.
Common symptoms of dementia include:
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