Parkinson’s dementia is a condition that some people can experience as Parkinson’s disease progresses. It affects thinking and memory and can have a big impact on different aspects of life.

Everyone experiences Parkinson’s dementia in different ways. Symptoms can include:

  • Memory and concentration problems
  • Struggling to find the right word and names
  • Problems with decision making, planning activities or solving problems
  • Everyday activities such a dressing, cooking and shopping
  • Changes in appetite, energy levels and sleeping patterns.
  • Depression and anxiety. Some people may find it difficult to control their emotions.

For more, please download our information sheet.

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