9. Difficulties in planning or solving problems
Those affected by the condition find it challenging to follow a plan or work with numbers. Concentration becomes harder and this increase the amount of time it took to do things than before. Simple things such as following a familiar recipe or keeping track of monthly bills and balancing checkbooks become hard.
10. Increased vision and depth perception problems
Early onset patients have trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships. They experience vision challenges related to cataracts. They have difficulty reading, determining color or contrast and judging distance. They may not recognize their own reflections and may think there is another person in the room when they pass in front of mirrors.