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Common words used when talking about Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia - DementiaGuide.com
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Apraxia is defined as the inability to carry out a previously learned motor activity, despite normal function of all the component parts (muscles, nerves, joints, etc.). For example, experiencing difficulty dressing or using a knife and fork, are often clues that apraxia is present.

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