Can HIV cause dementia? And how does a memory care facility in Strongsville help?
Dementia is a broad term that describes a group of illnesses that all cause cognitive decline such forgetfulness, problems with communication, difficulty following directions, etc. If HIV spreads to the brain, it can cause encephalopathy which causes dementia.
Encephalopathy associated with HIV is progressive and irreversible, however, it can be slowed or managed with antiretroviral therapy.
The memory care team at Cardinal Court in Strongsville, Ohio is trained in techniques to assist your loved one in navigating the challenges of this rare dementia related to HIV. Back to Questions