Symptoms & Causes
What are the Symptoms?
Individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) may experience mild memory loss and have difficulty remembering past events or conversations. Others may experience word-finding problems or difficulty with organization and planning. These symptoms may be similar to those seen in dementia but are typically milder in severity.
Signs and symptoms of MCI include:
- Mild memory loss
- Difficulty remembering past events or conversations
- Trouble finding words
- Having difficulty organizing or planning
- Trouble with managing bills or accounts