A 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.
(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
de VolunteerManNurse 28 juillet 2011
See Baby Boomers.
That law, Prop 13, was passed by a bunch of Baby Boomers suffering from dementia.
de PROP 13 10 juillet 2008
noun
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.
1. My house is freakin dementia.
2. When i'm too stressed i'm just floating around in dementia
de Reaper21 28 mai 2007
Um, 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.
I really wasn't thinking when I ripped mah pants - must've been the dementia
de Melanie Cotton 1 avril 2005

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