Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is a compromise in memory but not in function.
It can involve problems with memory, attention, language, thinking, concentration, problem solving and judgement.
The changes that people with MCI notice can vary, and they depend on what area of your cognition is affected. Those changes go beyond what is expected for normal ageing.
One-third of MCI cases do not progress to dementia (Foley et al., 2019).