Diogenes syndrome, also known as senile squalor syndrome, is a disorder
characterized by extreme self-neglect, domestic squalor, social withdrawal,
Oct 8, 2015 ... In a previous blog on animal hoarding I made a passing reference to Diogenes
Syndrome (DS) that is sometimes referred to as 'senile squalor ...
Diogenes Syndrome: Living in Extreme Squalor. By The Healthline Editorial
Team. Always looking for positive ways to channel my teenager's energy, I
Diogenes syndrome is a behavioural disorder characterized by domestic squalor,
extreme self-neglect, hoarding, and lack of shame regarding one's living ...
subsequently 'christened' by Clark et al as. Diogenes' syndrome in 1975. Post (
1982) pre ferred the term 'senile recluse' and argued that this is not a syndrome ...
Nov 12, 2010 ... He certainly fulfilled the criteria for a diagnosis of “Diogenes Syndrome”, but as I
have observed before, that is not in itself a mental disorder.
Sep 30, 2007 ... Diogenes Syndrome may be entertaining in movies and on TV, but in real life, the
consequences can be deadly. Syndrome is a variant of ...
Nov 15, 2013 ... ... interests in. Autism Spectrum Disorder, food storing in Prader–Willi syndrome).
... “Diogenes syndrome” first described 1975 (30 patients).
Diogenes syndrome (also known as senile squalor syndrome) is a subset of the
mental health disorder known as compulsive hoarding. It affects approximately ...
Diogenes syndrome has over the years has been referred to as senile
breakdown,5 social break- down, or senile squalor syndrome. 6 and it can be