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Severe Cognitive Impairment

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Loss or deterioration in mental capacity that is comparable to Alzheimer's Disease and similar forms of irreversible dementia, and is documented by clinical evidence and standardized tests of memory, orientation as to people, places, and time; and deductive or abstract reasoning.

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Loss or deterioration in mental capacity that is comparable to Alzheimer's Disease and similar forms of irreversible dementia, and is documented by clinical evidence and standardized tests of memory, orientation as to people, places, and time; and deductive or abstract reasoning.

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