Differentiating depression and dementia in older adults

Depression in older adults and dementia can often have similar symptoms, making it important to get a proper diagnosis for optimal treatment. — Newscom

Depression should not be perceived to be a normal part of ageing.

In fact, many older adults feel satisfied with their lives, despite having more illnesses or physical problems than younger people.

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