9. Inability to remember
The inability to remember things that were formerly very familiar. Some patients may only recognize a name or a single word for what they are. Even though this is not so severe when it comes to everyday things, this could be a major problem when recalling information that is of very high importance to the patient.
8. Speech may not sound right
One of the more obvious signs. Patients may talk normally but may find it difficult to speak at an odd volume or with a certain accent. They may also tend to stammer and have difficulty with enunciation, making it hard for them to form words or sentences.