It can be hard to know exactly what’s happening to you, but you may know it’s affecting your memory and concentration.
Experts are now warning that if you’re still struggling to get your head around dementia and have no way to get help, you may need to start to look for specialist help.
Experts say you may also be better able to see and understand your surroundings when you’re at home.
There are different ways you can look for help in your local hospital.
If you’re being treated in hospital, you can visit your GP, as well as your nearest nursing home, and ask about specialist services.
A nurse can check on you and will talk to you about your symptoms.
You can also seek out the local GP.
There’s a wide range of specialist care, from psychotherapy to occupational therapy and specialist care for people with dementia, including nursing homes.
However, if you’ve never sought out specialist care in your home before, you’ll probably need to do more research to find out more.
The specialist will look at your symptoms, ask questions, and provide advice.
You may also need to take some tests and check up on your symptoms and symptoms of the other people in your household.
You might also need more specialist care if you have a family member with dementia.
If your GP tells you you can’t visit the specialist for some reason, you need to visit a different GP.
You should also have a look at any social support or nursing home you’re in, as you might need help with your care.
Some people can visit the NHS to get specialist care.
But if you can get help from the local NHS, you should also talk to your local GP about getting your GP to go to the NHS, if possible.
Your GP will need to know more about your situation and how you’re feeling.
They can check in with you about where you live and how your symptoms are affecting you.
Your local GP can also arrange for you to get more specialist tests.
If the specialist’s work has been successful, they can then give you the diagnosis of dementia, which means you’ll need to see a specialist doctor.
But they can’t give you treatment that may be more effective, as it depends on your risk of developing dementia and how much time you have left to live.
You’ll also need a referral from the GP who treated you before you had dementia.
There is a range of services available for people who’ve had dementia, from a range in your own home to specialist care available in a nursing home.
For people with some or all of the symptoms of dementia that can affect memory, it can be difficult to determine what is right for you.
You’re often able to recognise signs of dementia by looking at your environment, your symptoms or by looking through your thoughts.
However you need support to help you understand what’s going on, you might be able to use your own memories or behaviour to help determine whether you have dementia or not.
Some patients may need specialist care because they’ve been in care for a long time and their symptoms have been changing.
For example, a person who has dementia might be struggling to find a job or may be too dependent on other people.
They may also have an underlying condition that causes problems in their behaviour, for example a stroke.
You need specialist help to manage your symptoms If you have any of the following symptoms, you’re likely to have dementia: memory loss