Usually caused by a stroke or a series of mini strokes, Vascular Dementia is the second most common cause of dementia. Some people can have Vascular Dementia with Alzheimer's Disease. Vascular Dementia can cause memory loss, disorientation and problems with communication.
- Thinking Skills, problems with attention, planning and reasoning. Taking longer to process information
- Personality Changes, people may become less interested in things. People may also become more emotional
- Movement problems, difficulties walking or a change in walking behaviour
- Bladder Problems
- Symptoms progress over time, the speed of progression can variate from person to person