Dementia mainly affects older people. But people under 65 can still develop dementia – this is called younger onset dementia. It has been diagnosed in people in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s.
Younger onset dementia is similar to other types of dementia in many ways. The same problems generally occur. But it can a different impact, because it appears when people are more likely to be employed full time, be raising a family or be financially responsible for a family. continue reading……
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