Check for changes
Even if you know the signs, it can be helpful to keep track or take notice of all the changes in a systematic way.
Even if you know the signs, it can be helpful to keep track or take notice of all the changes in a systematic way. To help you identify the changes that might be signs of dementia download the Checklist for dementia symptoms and changes:
Download the checklist for dementia symptoms and changes
If you, or someone you know, are experiencing thinking or other changes regularly or increasingly, then you should visit a GP and ask for a health check and cognitive assessment. Take your completed checklist to the GP and ask them about the changes you have noticed. There are many benefits to getting an assessment.
If you want to track your thinking and memory over time, you might want to try the Brain Track App by Dementia Australia. The app will provide you with brain health information through fun, travel-themed games that test your cognition. You can use the results from the Brain Track App to start a conversation with your GP or general practice nurse.
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