Definition funny of Dementia:

urbanA devastating condition that many elderly people enter. It often results in progressive memory loss and an inability to perform basic tasks. It is not an illness perse, but rather a series of symptoms that may be associated with many diseases such as Huntington's disease. People with dementia live in realities of their own.

urban(At a nursing home, facing person with dementia) Demented person: Hi, what's your name? Me: Hi! I'm Ken. What's your name? Demented person: I'm going to bed! Me: Huh? Demented person: Can I kiss you? Me: :( //backs away nervously

urbanSee Baby Boomers.

urbanThat law, Prop 13, was passed by a bunch of Baby Boomers suffering from dementia.

urbannoun 1. Demented place, where everyone and the place itself is demented, madhouse. 2. Realm of the demented inside your mind, whenever you lose your mind your in dementia.

urban1. My house is freakin dementia. 2. When i'm too stressed i'm just floating around in dementia

urbanUm, like, if you lose two of the six ADLs like dressing, eating or inconsonants of your vowels or if you have Oldtimer's disease or dementeea you can, like, qualify for a Long Term Care benefit.


Songs about Dementia:

songsDementia By Design by Forté from the Album Divebomb Records Digital Sampler

songsSpace Dementia by Muse from the Album Origin Of Symmetry

songsI, Dementia by Whitechapel from the Album Whitechapel

songsAqua Dementia by Mastodon from the Album Leviathan

songsDementia by Sequoyah Prep School from the Album The Farm Tapes

songsAve Dementia (Edit) by The Marionettes from the Album Gothic Rock

songsDementia by Blitzkid from the Album Five Cellars Below


Books about Dementia:

booksDementia Beyond Drugs: Changing the Culture of Care by G. Allen Power (Feb 28, 2010)

booksDementia Beyond Disease:Enhancing Well-Being by G. Allen Power and MD (Jun 13, 2014)

booksDementia: The Journey Ahead - A Practical Guide for In-Home Caregivers by Susan Kiser Scarff and Ann Kiser Zultner (May 29, 2012)

booksDementia: Living in the Memories of God by John Swinton (Nov 19, 2012)

booksDementia: Comprehensive Principles and Practices by Bradford Dickerson and Alireza Atri (Aug 29, 2014)

booksDementia Reconsidered: the Person Comes First by Tom Kitwood (Jan 15, 1997)

booksDementia with Lewy Bodies and Parkinson's Disease Dementia: Patient, Family, and Clinician Working Together for... by J. Eric Ahlskog (Sep 1, 2013)


Movies about Dementia:

moviesAlzheimer's Dementia Hands-On Caregiving DVD: "It's All In Your Approach" with Care Expert Teepa Snow 2009 - Runtime: 1 hr 57 mins

moviesDementia 13 (1963) 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 15 mins Starring: William Campbell, Luana Anders, et al. Directed by: Francis Ford Coppola

moviesAlzheimer's Dementia Care DVD: "Progression of Dementia: Seeing Gems - Not Just Loss" with Teepa Snow, MS, OTR... 2011 - Runtime: 1 hr 57 mins

moviesAlzheimer's Dementia Activities DVD: "Filling the Day with Meaning" with Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA 2011 - Runtime: 2 hrs 35 mins

moviesDementia 2002 NR - Runtime: 46 mins Starring: David C. Emerson, Amanda Tucker, et al. Directed by: Jon Price

moviesAlzheimer's Dementia Hands-On Care DVD: "The Art of Caregiving" with Care Expert Teepa Snow 2010 - Runtime: 1 hr 58 mins

moviesAlzheimer's Dementia Caregiving DVD: "The Journey of Dementia" with Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA - Runtime: 3 hrs 9 mins


Wiki information Dementia:

Disease or medical condition, Symptom, ICD-9-CM Classification, Medical condition in fiction, Film subject, Cause Of Death, Literature Subject, Disease cause, Organization sector, Risk Factor

Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases that cause long term loss of the ability to think and reason clearly that is severe enough to affect a person's daily functioning. For the diagnosis to be present it must be a change from previous...

Alzheimer's disease
Disease or medical condition, Namesake, Literature Subject, Film subject, Risk Factor, Disease cause, ICD-9-CM Classification, Medical condition in fiction, Periodical Subject, Organization sector

Alzheimer's Disease is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease characterized by loss of function and death of nerve cells in several areas of the brain leading to loss of cognitive function such as memory and language.