Last updated on December 19, 2019
When most people think of someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, they picture a senior with a benign, slightly confused demeanor who repeats themselves. But, there is a whole spectrum of other types of behaviors associated with the disease that most of us wouldn’t describe as slightly or “pleasantly confused” by any stretch of the imagination.
People with dementia can say, do and act in the most irritating ways. Learn why it takes place the way it does, a way to take it, and what to do about it.