- Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease: there are no issues with memory or thinking in the first stage of the GDS.
- Very Mild Cognitive Decline, Age-Related: some people may report growing memory problems.
- Mild Cognitive Impairment: more explicit evidence of memory loss, lack of focus, and trouble thinking.
- Mild Dementia, Moderate Cognitive Decline: physicians can detect clear signs of Alzheimer’s disease in clinical interviews and after careful evaluation.
Do you have concerns about yourself or someone you know having Alzheimer’s or dementia? Most types of dementia can’t be cured, but there are ways to manage your symptoms. Medication is available which may help. See your physician for diagnosis and treatment.