The five stages of dementia are no impairment, questionable impairment, mild impairment, moderate impairment and severe impairment, according to Healthline. The spectrum takes patients from the first sign of mental deter... More »

The symptoms of late-stage dementia include severe memory loss, pronounced difficulty engaging in conversation, incontinence, marked behavior changes and severely impaired mobility, as the Alzheimer's Society describes. ... More »

Typically, the earliest and most noticeable symptom of dementia is memory loss, according to WebMD. An individual may experience difficulty recalling recent events, recognizing people and places, balancing a checkbook, a... More »

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The most advanced stages of dementia are moderate impairment and severe impairment, according to Healthline. A person with moderate impairment requires supervision when performing chores or engaging in social activities ... More »

The seven stages of Alzheimer's disease begin with no impairment before progressing to a very mild decline and a mild decline, according to Healthline. The next stages, including moderate decline, moderately severe decli... More »

The stages of Alzheimer’s disease range from normal functioning and no impairment in stage 1 patients to very severe cognitive decline in stage 7, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. It can be challenging to determ... More »

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The seven stages of vascular dementia begin with no impairment, then continue with very mild, mild and moderate, according to EverydayHealth. The last stages include moderately severe, severe and very severe. More »