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Reach out to a hotline in Belgium for support with dementia and Alzheimer's

Noticing a decline in your abilities and a change in who you are as a person can be scary. Reach out to any of 1 hotlines in Belgium that support with dementia and Alzheimer's if you’re experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Using strange words to name otherwise very familiar objects
  • Having trouble with coordination and becoming clumsy
  • Difficulties remembering what you knew and memorizing new things
  • Confusion about place, like getting confused about where you are at the moment
  • Finding it difficult to speak and focus on what you’re saying
  • Taking longer to complete tasks you perform regularly
  • Expressing your own thoughts may become more trying
  • Forgetfulness of simple things, like a shopping list, more than usual

Dementia and Alzheimer’s could make you feel a range of emotions, from fear to disbelief or even peaceful acceptance. It is natural to feel all of that and to be apprehensive about what the future brings at times. It can be confusing to go through it alone.

Receiving the diagnosis of dementia and Alzheimer’s can be a life-changing experience. Trying to figure it out on your own might be extremely challenging. Consider reaching out to people in Belgium who understand to help you cope better.


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